Located in the county of Essex, Canvey Island is a civil parish with a population of around 40,000. Separated from the mainland by a series of creeks, it has been inhabited since ancient times.
Close to Canvey Island, the ruins of Hadleigh Castle stand overlooking the Thames Estuary. Built during the reign of Henry III in 1215, the area is popular for its lush green surrounds as much as for the atmospheric ruins themselves.
Hadleigh Park is a sprawling verdant area with trails, picnic areas and an education centre that contains exhibitions on the park’s teeming wildlife. A particularly great spot for wildflowers and other rare flora, Hadleigh Park is a key component of Canvey Island and the surrounding region’s leisure scene.
Throughout the area, from Newlands to Leigh Beck, Floom’s Canvey Island flower delivery covers every area of the island.