Located in County Durham, the town of Chester Le Street is an ancient settlement that has long been a key market town in the region. Close to both Newcastle and Sunderland, the town also benefits from being near to stunning countryside.
Close to the town, Anthony Gormley’s iconic Angel of the North statue looks out across the land. With arms outstretched, the statue has become a symbol of the region and 20 metres tall and 54 metres wide, it is one of the largest of its type in the world.
The Beamish Museum pays homage to the north east of England’s industrial heritage through a series of open-air exhibitions and role-play scenarios. The aim of the museum is to preserve examples of daily life in County Durham rural and urban communities at the peak of the area’s industrial might.
Throughout the community, from Chester Moor to High Flats, Floom’s Chester Le Street flower delivery covers all areas of town.