East Saltoun, East Lothian
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Flower Delivery to East Saltoun, Scotland
East Saltoun is an East Lothian village in Scotland located just 20 miles of Edinburgh in the east and 5 miles of Haddington in the southwest. It is mainly an agricultural village lying in the foothills of the Lammermuirs Mountain, boasting a scenic landscape dotted by quite a number farms and hamlets. It is bordered to the south by large woodlands such as the Saltoun Big Wood, Petersmuir Wood and Dryden, which offer a lot of networks to explore and promise an interesting walk with beautiful Saltoun flowers, river streams and sunlight streaming through the trees.
The village’s history dates back to the 12th century when King of the Scots, David I, gifted the Saltoun parish to Norman knight, Hugh de Moreville. The latter sold the land and the barony to Andrew Fletcher in 1683, whose family made the effort to turn the place into a manufacturing centre at the start of the 18th century. The Fletchers made further investments in the parish in the early 19th century, including the building of a manse, a school and a new church as well as paying for the expansion of the Saltoun Hall. But the mid-19th century saw the manufacturing industries failing, so most of the land was turned over to agriculture.
East Saltoun has a temperate climate which winter is usually cooler than normal, with nights cooling off to as low as 0.7 degree Celsius in January. Summer is generally warm with daytime temperatures reaching 18.3 degree Celsius in July. Total sunshine per year reaches 1,376 hours, a record fairly high for Scotland.
Spring is one of the best times to visit the village because this is the time of the year when the flowers in Saltoun start to bloom and the grey of the winter starts melting away. Violets, daisies, roses and more grow in every garden and on the side of the road.
Places to See
Saltoun Big Wood. This is one of the largest woodland sites near the village and is definitely the perfect place to be for nature lovers. Whether you’re in for a trail hike, camping, picnic, or simply sightseeing, the woodland has something for you. It has a range of paths to explore, and along the way you may spot minibeasts, newts and frogspawn.
Saltoun Church and Churchyard
Visiting churches and graveyards may not be your thing, but the Saltoun Church is something you don’t want to miss when you’re in the village. Built in 1805 by architect Robert Burn, the church has a unique cruciform shape with its vestry and staple occupying the eastern arm of the structure. There’s what seems like a watch tower facing the churchyard, which during spring and summer comes alive with flower in varying colours. During your visit, you may want to bring or send flowers to East Saltoun to pay respect to the dead.
This mid-14th-century fortress is the last of its kind to be constructed in Scotland. It sits on top of a promontory looking out onto the Firth of Forth and is comprised of a single wall blocking off the headland. Its other three sides are protected by sea cliffs. It has battled a number of sieges in the past including from King James IV in 1491 as well James V in 1528 as well as from the First Bishop’s War in 1639 and Oliver Cromwell’s invasion of Scotland in 1651. Despite of all of these, the Tantallon Castle remained in the property of George Douglas, the Earl of Angus, and his descendants.
Sending Flowers to East Saltoun, East Lothian
Our flowers delivery services in East Saltoun, East Lothian 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 East Saltoun, East Lothian - specific information is available during checkout.
Flower delivery information for East Saltoun, East Lothian
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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 East Saltoun, East Lothian.
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