Mothers Spoilt Rotten In Cambridge
MUMS living in Cambridge can look forward to an extra-special Motherís Day after they were revealed as some of the luckiest in the Britain.
New research says mums in the Suffolk city are among the likeliest in the UK to receive Motherís Day flowers this Sunday.
Cambridge came fourth in a national league table of 60 UK locations, which was put together by leading online florist Serenata Flowers.
York finished top followed by Norwich and Colchester.
Cambridge also had the added pleasure of finishing a whopping 17 places ahead of their traditional rivals Oxford, which was in 21st position.
Peter Ahl, Managing Director of Serenata Flowers, said: ďSons and daughters obviously think a lot of their mums in Cambridge, especially compared to Oxford!. We examined our sales statistics from previous years and based on the population sizes of towns and cities, Cambridge came fourth in our league table. Based on our research, mothers in Cambridge should be in for a nice surprise on Sunday.Ē
While Cambridge is among the luckiest locations for mums, those at the bottom of Serenataís league table include Cambridgeís Suffolk neighbours Ipswich. Also near the foot of the table are Blackpool, Bradford and London.
Online florist Serenata Flowers sends flowers across London and the rest of the UK six days a week. The flower delivery retailer is set for one of its busiest weekends of the year and will be sending out thousands of roses and bouquets for Motherís Day.
The company will be delivering a host of different bouquets, including Motherís Day lilies and an array of other Motherís Day gifts. For flower delivery, Serenata recently introduced an ďavoid the school runĒ and Saturday morning delivery slots. Delivery is free.
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