A FLORIST has announced the opening of her own studio which will provide a new space for floristry workshops and creativity.

Jacqueline Moore, who owns Flowers from my Attic, has unveiled the quirky new space in the heart of Egremont town centre.

Located above Physio First in the Old Market Hall, it promises to be a hub of floral creativity and community engagement.

After years of hosting floristry workshops in various locations, Jacqueline said she is delighted to have finally found a place to call her own.

Whitehaven News: Jacqueline Moore, owner of Flowers From My AtticJacqueline Moore, owner of Flowers From My Attic (Image: Submitted)

"She said: After months of searching for the perfect venue, I am thrilled to have discovered this gem in the bustling town of Egremont.

"Egremont's charm, with its independent businesses, cosy cafes, and tree lined street, planters filled with spring flowers, makes it an ideal setting for our floral adventures. I truly believe Egremont is poised to become the new Cockermouth."

Jacqueline's studio is a reflection of her eclectic style and creative vision. Decorated with quirky art and vintage treasures, it exudes an atmosphere of inspiration and imagination.

She explained: "I wanted the studio to feel like a creative sanctuary rather than a traditional florist shop. The vintage items, from old cameras to retro ice skates, serve not only as decor but also as props for our unique workshops."

Whitehaven News: The studio space is a reflection of Jacqueline's eclectic style and creative visionThe studio space is a reflection of Jacqueline's eclectic style and creative vision (Image: Submitted)

The inaugural event at Jacqueline's studio, held on Saturday, March 16, was a resounding success.

'Friends and Flowers', a club designed to provide a relaxed space for crafting and camaraderie, welcomed participants to engage in flower-themed activities, indulge in homemade treats from local baker Emma's Bakes, and swap gardening tips and seeds.

Attendees also had the opportunity to select fresh blooms from Jacqueline's bloom bar which they then wrapped to take home.

The next 'Friends and Flowers' club is scheduled for April 13, with a theme focused on pressed flowers.

Participants will create their own pressed flower masterpieces while enjoying the company of like-minded individuals, before selecting fresh flowers from the ‘Bloom bar’ to wrap and take home.

Jacqueline emphasizes that the club is not a workshop but rather a social gathering, complementing her ongoing series of workshops throughout the year.

If you're eager to join a community of flower enthusiasts and unleash your creativity, connect with Jacqueline on social media or visit her website to learn more about upcoming events and workshops.