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Friday, 25 April 2014

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Free surprise as Julie says it with flowers

A Workington florist is about to spread a bit of Christmas cheer with a random act of kindness today.

FLOWERS FOR CHRISTMAS: Julie Carruthers, owner of Fearon Flowers, Workington, will place a bouquet at a secret location in town today for someone to discover

Julie Carruthers, 47, who runs Fearon Flowers, will place a Christmas bouquet in a secret location in the town, just to brighten someone’s day.

It is part of a national campaign called the Christmas Lonely Bouquet, which aims to make strangers happy.

Julie said that anyone who finds the bouquet can take it home for free to enjoy.

She said: “I think it’s a lovely thing to do to brighten up someone’s Christmas and we hope to do the same again next year.”

Julie took over the Harrington Road business five years ago from her father Brian Fearon.


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