Swaffham is a market town in the east English county of Norfolk. Although small in size, the town is an important centre of trade and culture in the region.
Oxburgh Hall is a key landmark of the Swaffham area and sits in nearby Oxborough. Built in 1482 by Sir Edmund Bedingfield, the property is surrounded by a moat and includes a priests hole and chapel due to its history as a Catholic stronghold. The area surrounding the hall is renowned throughout the region for its range of flora and fauna, especially local wildflowers that bloom each spring.
In nearby Castle Acre, another historical landmark harks back to a time when Norfolk was an altogether less peaceful corner of England. Built in the 11th century by the then Earl of Surrey, this is a popular attraction with families who come to enjoy the surrounding green space and woodlands.
Throughout the area, from Station Street to Cley Road, Floom’s Swaffham flower delivery covers every corner of town.