The Buttonhole Florist | Explore Molesey #4

21st September 2015

Molesey residents will no doubt know The Buttonhole Florist on Bridge Road in East Molesey, we were fortunate enough to meet owner and long term Molesey resident Denise Hamer and her dog Elsa!

 

The Buttonhole Florist has been around for as long as I can remember, when were the doors first opened?

The Buttonhole was opened in 1947 by Mrs Maisie Pilgrim, and has always been a family run business. Her son took over when Maisie retired and I have owned the shop for 5 years having worked for the Pilgrims for 25 years.

 

What do you sell at The Buttonhole?

We have a wide selection of fresh flowers and plants which are delivered straight from Holland to cover all occasions.

What is it that you like most about Molesey?

I have lived in Molesey nearly all my life and is a wonderful place to live and work with so much to offer and the people in Molesey are so friendly with a real feel of village community spirit about it.

 

 

Do you have a special occasion coming up? Visit Denise and Elsa at The Buttonhole Florist!

117 Bridge Road, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9HT

Tel: 0208 979 3694 / 0208 979 9793     Email: sales@buttonhole.co.uk

Want to feature your local business in Molesey? It's completely free to do so!

Call 0208 396 6717 or email len@newtonhuxley.co.uk 

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