Ely is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire about fourteen miles north of Cambridge. Home to a stunning Cathedral and Oliver Cromwell’s house, this historic settlement possesses a strong sense of local identity.
Dating back to 1083, Ely Cathedral is an imposing structure built in the Gothic style. With a looming tower and and a glass-museum within the grounds, it is one of the city’s premier attractions and acts as a landmark for the entire community. Located in the centre of Ely, the building is visible for miles around.
The family home of Oliver Cromwell, the controversial 17th century political figure and one-time de-facto ruler of England, is located in Ely. Today the house is a restored museum offering in-depth exhibitions on the life and times of Cromwell.
Throughout the city, stretching from Queen Adelaide to Witchford, Floom’s Ely flower delivery covers the whole community.