newry flower delivery

Newry Flower Delivery

We are a trusted Newry Florist who have been providing Newry Flower Delivery for many years. Of the many flower shops Newry has to offer, Therese’s Florists have been the number one choice by many people over the years. We have a build a strong reputation for delivering beautiful & elegant floral gifts that delight family and loved ones.

Order flowers online with Therese’s Florist Newry & we will hand deliver flowers to Newry and surrounding areas in County Armagh and County Down. Payment is secured via PayPal.

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Florist Newry

Therese’s Florist has been based in the Newry for over 30 years. As a family run business we have a wealth of experience and keep up with the latest fashions and trends. If you’re stuck for a florist in Newry, we can help. We can deliver flowers, balloons, chocolates, and gift sets to Newry for all special occasions:

  • birthday flowers
  • anniversary flowers
  • funeral flowers
  • sympathy flowers
  • romance flowers
  • wedding flowers
  • new baby flowers

Newry Flower Delivery & other areas

If you need that bouquet of flowers delivered fast, we offer a same day & next day flower delivery service. You can be confident in our trusted & reliable service and send flowers to Newry, with Therese’s Florist Newry.

Facts About Newry

The earliest signs of human settlement in Newry date back to 4,000BC. In it’s present form, as one of Northern Ireland’s newest cities, it has developed into a modern and exciting place with a rich heritage.

Known as the “Gateway to the North”, Newry sits across the counties of Armagh and Down with the river Clanrye river forming the dividing line between the counties.

Newry sits in a valley between the Mourne Mountains and the Ring of Gullion. The magical slopes of the Mourne Mountains featured as the entrance to Vaes Dothrak in Game of Thrones®. Some lower areas of the Mournes helped create the woodland scenes of Winterfell. The same mountain range is said to have inspired CS Lewis to create the epic Narnia.