Learn more about local flowers, florists and the history of Bexhill-on-Sea, you can also find some of the best things to do in the town and surrounding areasLearn more about local flowers, florists and the history of Bexhill-on-Sea, you can also find some of the best things to do in the town and surrounding areas

BEXHILL BEST SELLERS

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Blazing Beauty is a glamorous bouquet of Craspedia, Gemini, Tulips and Roses that is guarnateed to brighten your home and give joy to the people around you.

Blazing Beauty

£39.99 £36.99
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This simple yet classical bouquet of beautiful flowers, handcrafted from ethical and sustainable local florists is the perfect gift for Anniversaries or Birthdays. A truly tmeless combination of blooms, colours and scents for any event.

Timeless Whites

£49.99 £45.99
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Our dazzling Sunshine Giftbox features ethically sourced, sustainable flowers in vibrant colours. This bright bouquet of beautiful flowers is certain to brighten even the darkest day.

Sunshine Giftbox

£41.99 £37.99
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The ideal handcrafted bouquet to express your love, this colourful combination of Germini, Lily, Lisianthus and Roses are fantastic Valentine's flowers. Show your feelings with our ethically sourced, sustainable flowers.

Wild About You

£50.99 £49.99
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This vibrant bouquet of fresh, hand cut flowers is almost as much fun as a trip to the carnival and combines Germini, Chrysanthemum, Lisianthus and Roses to stunning effect. A perfect example of beautiful flowers at their finest!

Carnival Gift Bag

£40.99 £38.99
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Autumn Brights features striking flowers that will uplift your spirit. A beautiful basket of bright Winter blooms that will bring happiness during the season.

Autumn Brights

£51.99 £49.99
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Autumn Splendour is an arrangement of seasonal flowers that makes the perfect gift. These ethical and sustainable flowers are hand cut by a local florist for maximium freshness.

Autumn Splendour

£48.99 £46.99
This beautiful Elizabeth bouquet is hand made by our local florists and is the perfect gift to brighten anyones day.

Elizabeth

£49.99
The classic Valentine’s bouquet of twelve red roses is as popular as ever. These beautiful velvety red roses speak of love and devotion like no other flower can!

12 Red Roses

£59.99
A simple yet ultimately romantic bouquet for the love of your life this Valentine’s Day. Six gorgeous red roses hand tied with care and delivered with love.

6 Red Roses

£39.99
This elegant bouquet is a combination of white Amaryllis, Gerimini and Roses and is the perfect gift for any occassion. Our beautiful flowers are ethically grown, sustainable and freshly hand cut.

Pearly White

£39.99
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Handcrafted by our skilled local florists, the Remy bouquet is a stunning combination of Germini, Lilies and Roses that are hand cut and have a wonderful aroma. Available for same day delivery and perfect whatever the occassion.

Remy

£44.99 £41.99
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Each Jewel bouquet feqature fresh, hand cut flowers in vibrant purple. The combination of Alsotromeria and Veronica creates a wonderful aroma in addition to their eye catching apperance and are the perfect gift for all occassions.

Jewel

£48.99 £45.99

BEXHILL

INDEPENDENT LOCAL FLORISTS WITH SAME DAY DELIVERY

The florists at Dorothy Marchant Flowers in the historic seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea are proud members of the BloomLocal network of independent, local artisans and offer same day flower delivery. We offer fresh, hand cut flowers that are grown locally. With a passion for local produce and supporting the local community, and a focus on sustainability, all of our fresh handcrafted flowers, bouquets and arrangements are delivered directly from our shop on Western Road. Our flowers are packed in water bags with a 7 day freshness guarantee and personally delivered. We specialise in flowers for all occasions from weddings to funerals and everything in between. As registered members of the British Floristry Association (BFA) we also offer bespoke floristry and take orders on request and offer same day flower delivery in Bexhill for every order placed before 1pm.

WHAT ABOUT BEXHILL-ON-SEA?

Located in East Sussex, this historic seaside town is closely associated with the De La Warr family and is the birthplace of British motor racing. In 1902 the first International Motor Race Meeting was held, in conjunction with the Automobile Club of Britain and Ireland which went on to become the RAC, on a seaside estate owned by the 8th Earl de la Warr. The Sackville was the headquarters for the Motor Races, which continued to be held in Bexhill until the completion of a purpose built track in 1907.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

THE DE LA WARR PAVILLION

Designed in 1935 by Serge Chermayeff and Erich Mendelsohn and constructed in the in the Art Deco and International style, the pavilion is one of the first examples of Modernist architecture in the UK. Its auditorium was the site of Bob Marley’s first UK performance. In 2005 it was reopened to the public as a contemporary arts centre and has emerged as one of the most vibrant  arts venues in the South-east of England.

BEXHILL MUSEUM

Began life in 1914, specialising in ethnography, natural history and archaeology, and offers an fascinating glimpse into the towns history. It was re0opened to the public in 2009 following a multi-million pound upgrade and is now home to galleries covering costume and social history, and of course the local motoring history.

POLEGROVE RECREATION GROUND

If sport is your thing you should pay a visit to the Polegrove on Brockley Rd to the west of Egerton Park. Many of the local sports clubs use the facilities here including Bexhill Town football club and the cricket and rugby teams.  The Bexhill Horse Show is held at the site annually and numerous other local events including Party in The Polegrove music festival.

A GUIDE TO LOCAL NATURE RESERVES AND BEAUTY SPOTS

The county flower of Sussex, Phyteuma Orbiculare, or round headed rampion is also known as the Pride of Sussex and is a startling flower with deep blue flowers and blooms that are, on closer inspection, is a collection of smaller flowers huddled together. It can be found in abundance in and around town.

MARLINE VALLEY

This Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve is only 2 miles to the east of town and is a combination of unimproved meadows and semi natural ancient woodland, with a Sussex ghyll stream coursing through it. Perfect for dog walkers and nature lovers alike there are ample opportunities to see the local flora and fauna at this idyllic reserve.

PEVENSEY MARSHES

Located only minutes away this Site of Special Scientific Interest covers in excess of 3,500 hectares and is the ideal place for bird watching.

FILSHAM REEDBED

Sitting at the southern end of the Combe Haven Valley between Bexhill and Hastings lie one of the largest reedbeds in Sussex. Set in a rich floodplain, the site is a network of ditches and lagoons that provides ample opportunity for nature lovers.

 

 

INDEPENDENT LOCAL FLORISTS WITH SAME DAY DELIVERY

The florists at Dorothy Marchant Flowers in the historic seaside town of Bexhill-on-Sea are proud members of the BloomLocal network of independent, local artisans and offer same day flower delivery. We offer fresh, hand cut flowers that are grown locally. With a passion for local produce and supporting the local community, and a focus on sustainability, all of our fresh handcrafted flowers, bouquets and arrangements are delivered directly from our shop on Western Road. Our flowers are packed in water bags with a 7 day freshness guarantee and personally delivered. We specialise in flowers for all occasions from weddings to funerals and everything in between. As registered members of the British Floristry Association (BFA) we also offer bespoke floristry and take orders on request and offer same day flower delivery in Bexhill for every order placed before 1pm.

WHAT ABOUT BEXHILL-ON-SEA?

Located in East Sussex, this historic seaside town is closely associated with the De La Warr family and is the birthplace of British motor racing. In 1902 the first International Motor Race Meeting was held, in conjunction with the Automobile Club of Britain and Ireland which went on to become the RAC, on a seaside estate owned by the 8th Earl de la Warr. The Sackville was the headquarters for the Motor Races, which continued to be held in Bexhill until the completion of a purpose built track in 1907.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

THE DE LA WARR PAVILLION

Designed in 1935 by Serge Chermayeff and Erich Mendelsohn and constructed in the in the Art Deco and International style, the pavilion is one of the first examples of Modernist architecture in the UK. Its auditorium was the site of Bob Marley’s first UK performance. In 2005 it was reopened to the public as a contemporary arts centre and has emerged as one of the most vibrant  arts venues in the South-east of England.

BEXHILL MUSEUM

Began life in 1914, specialising in ethnography, natural history and archaeology, and offers an fascinating glimpse into the towns history. It was re0opened to the public in 2009 following a multi-million pound upgrade and is now home to galleries covering costume and social history, and of course the local motoring history.

POLEGROVE RECREATION GROUND

If sport is your thing you should pay a visit to the Polegrove on Brockley Rd to the west of Egerton Park. Many of the local sports clubs use the facilities here including Bexhill Town football club and the cricket and rugby teams.  The Bexhill Horse Show is held at the site annually and numerous other local events including Party in The Polegrove music festival.

A GUIDE TO LOCAL NATURE RESERVES AND BEAUTY SPOTS

The county flower of Sussex, Phyteuma Orbiculare, or round headed rampion is also known as the Pride of Sussex and is a startling flower with deep blue flowers and blooms that are, on closer inspection, is a collection of smaller flowers huddled together. It can be found in abundance in and around town.

MARLINE VALLEY

This Site of Special Scientific Interest and Local Nature Reserve is only 2 miles to the east of town and is a combination of unimproved meadows and semi natural ancient woodland, with a Sussex ghyll stream coursing through it. Perfect for dog walkers and nature lovers alike there are ample opportunities to see the local flora and fauna at this idyllic reserve.

PEVENSEY MARSHES

Located only minutes away this Site of Special Scientific Interest covers in excess of 3,500 hectares and is the ideal place for bird watching.

FILSHAM REEDBED

Sitting at the southern end of the Combe Haven Valley between Bexhill and Hastings lie one of the largest reedbeds in Sussex. Set in a rich floodplain, the site is a network of ditches and lagoons that provides ample opportunity for nature lovers.