Wallsend is a town in the northeast England, so named because it is the closest settlement to the end of Hadrian’s Wall in the county of Northumberland.
Stretching 84 miles across northern England, Hadrian’s Wall was a Roman fortification designed to protect what was then the province of Britannia. Begun in AD 122 by the emperor Hadrian, the wall continues to act as a major cultural icon and is one of the nation’s most visited ancient sites.
Locals of Wallsend are just as proud of the town’s ancient heritage as they are of the local football team, Newcastle United. Located just a few miles away in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the club’s famous black and white shirt has become as much a symbol of local culture and pride for locals as anything else in the area. The club play their home games at St. James’ Park, one of England’s best stadia.
Throughout the area, from Jarrow to Forest Hall, Floom’s Wallsend flower delivery covers the entire town.