Stunning Shoreham shop window wows customers

The window at SOLD with, from left, Richard Bedwell, Ryan Crickmore, Carolun Shrosbree, Ellis Ashe and Sera Bates. Picture: Derek Martin DM18100007a
The window at SOLD with, from left, Richard Bedwell, Ryan Crickmore, Carolun Shrosbree, Ellis Ashe and Sera Bates. Picture: Derek Martin DM18100007a

The flower shop window created at SOLD charity shop in Shoreham High Street is quite a sight to behold.

Customers have been commenting on the stunning display and one even said it was worthy of appearing ‘in the press’.

Carolyn Shrosbree, founder of the charity, said: “Our window has turned into the brightest florist shop you’ve ever seen.

“We had the most amazing donation of brand new but vintage plastic flowers and beautiful vintage bouquets in vases, which have been stored in a garage for over 25 years.

“The window is a walk-in flower shop, renamed BOLD, with our trainees taking turns to be the florist. It even has its own till.”

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