The Sussex Flower School

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  • The Sussex Flower School is one of only a handful of professional flower schools outside London. We lead the way with interesting and relevant courses. Georgia Miles (our founder) is highly qualified (Level 4 – The Higher Diploma in Floristry) and has taught for many years.

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    A bit about Georgia

    Her vision is simple- make floral design accessible to everybody whatever their skills, background or motivation. The Sussex Flower School was set up in 2010 to provide an alternative method of learning that could be more personal and targeted than many college programmes. Students can pick and choose courses to suit their needs and add to their skills as they progress. They can also train to be a professional florist. It is a very relaxed and flexible environment concentrating on high quality, caring tuition in small groups or individually.
    The light and airy school is set in the rural Sussex village of Blackboys. Georgia has a dedicated Cutting Garden at her home and at the school- where many of the flowers are grown for the courses.
    There is a selection of floristry sundries available to purchase to get you started, all sold in small quantities to suit the home or church flower arranger.
    Georgia is passionate about flowers and plants and empowering people to be their best and happiest selves…
    Read our Meet Georgia Miles blog post

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