Located in the English county of Yorkshire, the historic town of Beverley is close to regional hub Hull and the North Sea coast.
Beverley Minster is a 13th century church that’s considered to be a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Built around the tomb of John, Bishop of York, the Minster was initially founded as a monastery. In fact, Beverley Minster is one of the largest of all parish churches in the UK, and is bigger than a good portion of the nation’s Cathedrals.
Beverley Market remains at the centre of life in the town and takes place each Wednesday and Saturday, with the latter being a larger affair. Featuring an array of craft stalls selling everything from handmade jewellery to ornaments, the real focus is on the fantastic local produce that’s sold here. From jams to cakes to pickles and chutneys, the food at Beverley Market attracts visitors from miles around.
Throughout the town, from Molescroft to Woodmansey, Floom’s Beverley flower delivery covers the entire community.