Send Flowers to Rangemore, Staffordshire with Clare Florist
Our florists love making bouquets and arrangements for UK flower delivery, and we can send flowers to Rangemore, Staffordshire for you.
We have a wide range of Roses, Freesia flower bouquets, and Lilies, as well as Classic Bouquets and our Colourful flower Bouquets, and our range of Flowers under £21.00. Our home page provides more information on our extensive range of next-day flower delivery services, all of which are available for next day UK flower delivery to Rangemore, Staffordshire, Or indeed anywhere in the UK!
Flowers Delivered to Rangemore, Staffordshire
Giving someone a bouquet of flowers during their birthday or on a special occasion s a wonderful gesture. And when you want to send flowers to Rangemore, Staffordshire, we can help you out. You can choose from our collection of bouquets that are perfect for occasions such as anniversaries, birthdays, Mother's Day and even days when you just want to make someone smile. We also offer next-day delivery service so if you want to take advantage of that, make sure to order flowers for delivery to Rangemore, Staffordshire as early as possible.
Best of all, our seven day freshness guarantee means you can rest assured knowing your special someone will love their flowers for days after delivery.
Mother's Day Flowers Delivered to Rangemore, Staffordshire
If your Mum or Mother in Law lives in Rangemore, Staffordshire and would like to send Mother's Day flowers, we can help! Our Beautiful selection of Mother's Day flowers are just the gift to show your mum how much you care. Sending a fresh bouquet of flowers to Rangemore, Staffordshire is sure to add a smile to your Mums face, and with Sunday delivery we can ensure they are delivered in time for Mother's Day.Tweet
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Flower Delivery to Rangemore with Clare Florist
Rangemore is a tiny village, population about 400, just west of Burton upon Trent in East Staffordshire. It sits on high ground above the village of Tatenhill. Tatenhill is deep in the valley along the eastern border of Needham Forest. It was home to RAF Tatenhill during WWII. Rangemore was officially created in 1884 from several parishes in the area. Historic Rangemore Hall is the seat of Lord Burton.
Needwood Forest surrounds Rangemore. The forest is part of the National Forest, once an ancient forest throughout Staffordshire. It was owned by the Berkeley family of Gloucestershire and was home to large populations of fallow deer, wild boar and wolf. Much of the forest was removed in the late 18th century in favour of agriculture.
Rangemore has an ancient history dating back at least to the 13th century. At that time, Thomas de Berkeley became keeper of Tutbury ward and built a hunting lodge in the Rangemore area of the forest. Eventually he married the daughter of William de Ferrers, Earl of Derby. When Simon de Montfort rebelled against Henry III, the de Ferrers allied with the rebellion.
The rebels failed and the family forfeited their estates to the Crown. Henry III in turn gave the forest to his son, Edmund Crouchback, First Earl of Lancaster, in 1266. The forest was renamed Needwood Chase and remained in the Duchy of Lancaster until it passed to Henry IV in 1399.
The Rangemore hunting lodge became the home of the local keeper or judge. Eventually it was modified by Edward IV and used for hunting by him and James I. Needham Forest even became associated with the legend of Sir Gawain’s Green Knight.
In 1750, Field Marshal George Townshend, the first Marquess Townshend, married Lady Charlotte Compton. She had inherited Tamworth Castle and succeeded to the de Ferrers barony. Lord Townshend therefore acquired the leasehold of the hunting lodge, which was then known as Byrkley Lodge. By 1775, Byrkley Lodge, Yoxall Lodge in the south and Hanbury Park Farm to the north were the only buildings remaining on the Needwood Forest Plateau.
The lodge was sold to Arthur Chichester, the First Marquess of Donegall, in 1786. He began introducing albino rabbits to the grounds, and they became naturally wild. In 1803, Parliament allowed the forestry commissioners to enclose the lands and begin deforestation.
Through a series of marriages and associations with the owners of nearby Yoxall Lodge, Byrkley Lodge became the property of Emma Sneyd in 1846. She agreed to rent it to the son of a friend in exchange for extensive upkeep of the lodge. Hunting and capture of the albino rabbits was strictly forbidden by the lease conditions.
The Rangemore estate eventually passed to Hamar Alfred Bass, who rebuilt the main house between 1887 and 1991. He founded a racing horse stud, Byrkley Stud, on the grounds and produced winning racehorses and hunters for many years. When Hamar died in 1898, his son, Sir William Bass, 2nd Baronet, inherited the lands.
Sir William was commonly known as Billy Bass, and he was also famous for his racehorses. During WWII, American GIs occupied Rangemore Hall from 1944 until 1945, and some left their names inscribed on the walls and doors of one of the outbuildings.
Billy died childless in 1952, and the baronetcy became extinct. The lands and estate went to trainer Peter Hastings, nephew of Billy’s wife. The estate was sold and the main house demolished shortly afterwards. The Byrkley Stud survived for a time but was also eventually demolished.
In 1954, Rangemore Hall became the Needwood School for the Partially Deaf. It remained open as a school until 1985, after which it was converted to today’s luxury apartments. The former forest area is now mostly dairy farms, and the Byrkley Lodge site has developed into the English National Football Centre – St. George’s Park. Some 490 acres of woodlands remain with some public access. The Football Centre is the training and preparation ground for all of the England National Football teams.
Need to send flowers to someone special in the Rangemore area? We have arrangements perfect for birthdays, holidays, anniversaries and special occasions by next-day delivery.
Flower delivery information for Rangemore, Staffordshire.
Our flowers delivery services in Rangemore, Staffordshire are usually made by DPD or Royal Mail Special Delivery. 99.9% of our flowers are delivered by 5pm on the requested day - (more commonly before noon), except UK Public Holidays. We also offer a range of next-day flower delivery options in Rangemore, Staffordshire - specific information is available during checkout.
Please ask if you need special arrangements, as sometimes we can accommodate special requests. Email email@example.com and we'll try to help.
Delivering flowers for special occasions
At appropriate times of year we can also deliver Valentine's Day flowers, Easter Flowers, Mother's Day flowers, and Christmas Flowers to Rangemore, Staffordshire.The Small Print?
There is no small print! When you order flowers for delivery in Rangemore, Staffordshire with Clare Florist, that's exactly what you get - flowers delivered in Rangemore, Staffordshire, without any fuss.