South Woodham Ferrers is a town in the English county of Essex, close to the regional hub of Chelmsford. With a population of about 17,000 it is an affluent, charming community close to areas of natural beauty.
Hadleigh Park is an educational park located in a replica Iron Age roundhouse amid a variety of wildlife. Located close to South Woodham Ferrers, families from the town use this space at weekends and during free time, especially enjoying the rare wildlife that includes goats, sheep and more.
Hadleigh Castle is a ruined castle near South Woodham Ferrers that’s famous for being refortified by Edward III during the Hundred Years War. Initially built after 1215, the castle is mostly ruins today but the surrounding area alone is enough to make this area very popular with locals.
Throughout the area, from Stow Maries to Hullbridge, Floom’s South Woodham Ferrers flower delivery covers the entire community.