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International Lonely Bouquet Day

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Lincolnshire Co-op is celebrating International Lonely Bouquet Day on Sunday 26th June.

During this one day a year, you can expect to be surprised by finding a beautiful bunch of flowers to adopt as your own - we just want to brighten up a stranger's day!

Our florist team will be leaving five beautiful bouquets around the Lincoln area. Keep your eyes peeled for bunches sprouting up in Lincoln city centre, Birchwood, Skellinghtorpe, Bracebridge Heath and Washingborough.

We can't tell you exactly where they'll be be, but if you're lucky enough to find one, you'll not only get a beautiful bunch of blooms, you'll also find a £5 off voucher to be spent on any bouquet from our florists, which are based at the Birchwood Centre, in Lincoln!

As if that wasn't enough, once you've found your flowers if you then post a selfie of you and your bunch to our Facebook page page or Twitter @lincscoop using the hashtag #LonelyBouquet, we'll post you another £5 voucher for use in any Lincolnshire Co-operative outlet.*

*Terms and conditions apply. Click here to view terms and conditions.

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