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Moyses Stevens Flower School


Moyses Stevens are delighted to announce the opening of our new Flower School within the iconic Battersea Power Station development. With a range of classes and courses offered by a team of top floral designers, the school is perfect for anyone with an interest in floristry. From the budding amateur to the fully blossomed florist, the Moyses Stevens Flower School will offer a chance for those of all ages and abilities, to explore the world of flowers in one of London’s most exciting locations.


Who are the courses suitable for?


Our varied range of classes and courses will cover all areas floristry and offer a level of technical and design skill appropriate to the ability of the group. The Moyses Stevens Flower School organise bespoke workshops for children, adults or corporate groups, with different themes and for a range of skills sets. The School aims to be open and inclusive in all its proposed activities, ensuring that classes provide a place for learning in a comfortable, elegant and relaxed environment. With a global reputation, the Moyses Stevens floral designers are hand-picked from both the UK and abroad, bringing together international designers from across Europe with some of the best home-grown talent available. With backgrounds in large scale events, weddings and hotel floristry, as well as prestigious London Members’ Clubs, the tutors have a depth and breadth of knowledge that is invaluable to any lover of floristry keen to learn more and discover the ‘art of floristy’.


Why choose Moyses Stevens?


Established in 1876, Moyses Stevens are one of this county’s oldest and most prestigious florists. An enduring brand with a Royal Warrant from His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Moyses Stevens supply beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements for individual customers and private events, whilst also designing bespoke pieces for many of the capitals’ top corporate clients. A regular participant at the Chelsea Flower Show, Moyses Stevens have been leaders in British floral design since the conception of modern floristry in the early 20th century, consistently balancing a reverence for tradition with an eye for the contemporary. While always looking to remain relevant, Moyses Stevens take pride in their heritage and history. The company started with a single shop in Berkeley Square and has now become one of London’s most prominent floristry brands, who is committed to creating exceptional bouquets and floral arrangements today, as they were 140 years ago.


 

Where is the school?

 

A major new social and retail redevelopment, Battersea Power Station is poised to become one of London’s premier hubs for art, food and culture. With purpose built rail links, multi-million pound investment and a plethora of new shops and restaurants, this unique structure, recognisable on the capital’s skyline for 80 years, has been transformed into the most exciting development of the 21st century. The Flower School and the Moyses Stevens flagship store are easily accessible and close to the main road.

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13 Circus Road West

Battersea Power Station

London Battersea Power Station