Barton Stacey SO21 Local Flower Delivery.
Barton Stacey flower delivery. Order flowers online or by phone we are a local long established Winchester Florist. We are passionate Florists and personally deliver directly throughout Winchester, Hampshire and all the Villages in between.
Hand making and delivering our own floral arrangements, hand tied bouquets and funeral tributes six days a week, delivering by our own drivers. Same day flower delivery in Barton Stacey, Winchester.
Please order by 2pm Mon - Fri and by 10am on Saturday
Flower Delivery - Same Day Barton Stacey, Winchester, SO21 3
Please order by 2pm - online or call 01962 865694. Local flowers, made and delivered by hand, no boxes, no posted flowers.
We like speaking with our customers and answer our phones 8am - 6pm Mon - Fri, 8am - 2pm Saturdays.
We do not deliver on Sundays or Bank Holidays. Collections from our Workshops are not available.
Thank you for visiting our website, we hope we can deliver flowers for someone special to you in Barton Stacey, Winchester soon.
The All Saints Church in the village is situated to the west of the village opposite the start of Bullington Lane. The church is renowned to be one of the oldest in England, dating in part from the 11th century it is mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Barton Stacey itself lies in two parts. The original village comprises Kings Elms, Gravel Lane and The Street, situated around the church.
In 1943 the War Department bought 2106.556 acres to the North, East and South of the village for £24,000 for use as a military training area. Four army camps were developed at Drayton: 'A' 'B' & 'C' Camps to the north of the A303 and 'D' Camp to the south, east of the road from the village to Longparish. All of the original buildings are long gone, though many of the roadways and hard-standings remain visible and these areas are now vacant.