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‘Natural Christmas wonderland’ pop-up opens in Barnstaple

PUBLISHED: 13:07 29 November 2017 | UPDATED: 16:04 29 November 2017

Heather Eales, the face behind the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells

Heather Eales, the face behind the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells

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The smell of pine and festive foliage will lead you to the Church Park Flowers pop-up shop in Butchers Row, Barnstaple, until December 23.

A ‘natural Christmas wonderland’ has opened up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple, this week.

The smell of pine and festive foliage will lead you to the Church Park Flowers pop-up shop, which opened its doors on Monday.

And the shop will be there until December 23, selling wreaths and table decorations, as well as all the tools to make your own.

Inside the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells Inside the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells

This is the third year Heather Eales, from Bulkworthy near Bideford, has run the pop-up shop in Butchers Row.

“I’m selling wreaths made up fresh, or people can buy everything they need to make their own,” said Heather.

“I run workshops at Johns of Instow on how to make wreaths but I’m happy to give people tips.

Inside the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells Inside the Church Park Flowers pop-up in Butchers Row, Barnstaple. Picture: Sarah Howells

“We also have table decorations and I can make things to order – anything that’s natural and British.”

Heather will have some new stock coming in over the next week or so, and is open Tuesday - Saturday, 10am-4pm.

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