With a name that is perhaps not reflective of the area, World’s End is a district at the western end of Kings Road, Chelsea. The name is from The World’s End public house, which has a rich history, all the way back until the 17th century.
An issue of Old and New London in 1878 states the following about the tavern: ‘A noted house of entertainment in the reign of Charles II...the house was probably called ‘The World’s End’ on account of its then considerable distance from London, and the bad and dangerous state of the roads and pathways leading to it.’ You can now impress your friends by reciting that quote. To think some people say we’re just a flower site…
The modern World’s End is known for its brutalist architecture, having been designed by Jim Cadbury-Brown and Eric Lyons in the 1970s.
Our partnering World’s End florists are the very finest in the area, creating sensational flower bouquets from fresh, seasonal stems, on the day of your delivery. This minimises the time spent in transit, and helps keep your flowers fresh for longer, unlike many other online flower deliveries.
We offer same day flower delivery in World’s End when you place your order before 12pm. Your flowers will then be delivered to your chosen recipient between 10am - 5pm - and if you need a specific delivery slot we will do our best to accommodate this.
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Surrounding areas include Fulham and Parsons Green.