Flowers & Such Florist Lingfield flower delivery

Lingfield flower delivery, we personally hand deliver flowers 6 days a week to Lingfield, Surrey RH7. Whether you need hand-tied bouquets for birthdays, floral arrangements for an anniversary or corporate flowers we can help.

Delivery times: Monday to Friday, between 9am-4pm
Saturday between 9am-1pm
Same day flower delivery:  Order before 1pm (11am on a Saturday)
Delivery charge for RH7: £4.95

Buy flowers online from your local Lingfield Florist

How to order flowers online:

  1. Find your perfect bouquet, handtied or arrangement above or in our online shop
  2. Click 'Buy' to add your flowers to your shopping cart
  3. In the shopping cart you can add a card message to the recipient, this will be hand written on one of our signature cards
  4. Select a delivery date and click 'Checkout'
  5. Follow the checkout process including delivery address and payment.
  6. You'll receive an email confirmation of your order

You can also call our friendly florist team on 01342 718959 to place your order over the telephone.

Map of Lingfield

Funeral flowers

Flowers & Such regularly supply funeral flowers to independently run Alex Jones Funeral Directors, located on East Grinstead Road in Lingfield. We can arrange flower delivery direct to Alex Jones such as bespoke funeral tributes, casket sprays and wreaths.

Wedding flowers in Lingfield

We have been lucky to have worked with many of Surrey and Sussex leading wedding venues. Lingfield is full of beautiful and unique wedding venues for your big day, such as the exclusive Yew Lodge Country House, The Red Barn on Tandridge Lane which is a 16th century converted barn with tons of character and picturesque Starborough Manor set just a few miles from the M25. Our talented wedding florist team at Flowers & Such can help design bespoke wedding flowers based on your venue, style and colour schemes.

Our favourite ‘did you know fun fact

Lingfield is home to the oldest yew tree in the country. Thought to be an ancient 4,000 years old, the yew tree has a hollow trunk with a wooden door in it that was added in the 18th century. Located on the outskirts of Lingfield on Crowhurst Lane (near to St George’s Church in Crowhurst), it is well worth a visit if you are in the local area.