Kenia celebrates a year in business with Royston florist open day

PUBLISHED: 09:02 18 November 2016 | UPDATED: 09:23 18 November 2016

Kenia Hatfield is celebrating the first year of her business, September Flowers.

Kenia Hatfield is celebrating the first year of her business, September Flowers.


A Royston florist is celebrating a year of business in the town this week with an open day at the shop today.

Kenia Hatfield offers bouquets, workshops and gifts from her shop September Flowers in Jepps Lane.

She told the Crow: “It has been a very good year, the shop has had so many great reviews and people always refer us to their friends and families

“People in Royston having very welcoming – they come to the shop and say how much they love the shop.

“I’m hoping for more people to get to know my work and to come and see us today and in future.”

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