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Truex - Florist - London, UK

Natalia Truex

London, UK




I am a qualified florist with both Level 2 and Level 3 Diplomas in floristry. I have been training and working in floristry since 2009. I can create floral arrangements, wedding designs, funeral designs and corporate arrangements.

Work History

Junior florist

Blake's florist

February 2011 - May 2011

Making bouquets, wedding items, cone wraps, basket arrangements and arrangements for Valentine's Day, Easter and Mother's Day. Helping with a charity event for ovarian cancer where we sold chocolate, perfume, make-up and sweets and were photographed for the local newspaper.

Junior Florist

Stems Flower Gallery

September 2009 - May 2010

Making bouquets, funeral designs and wedding items. Christmas arrangements and Valentine's Day, Easter and Mother's Day bouquets and items. Watering and caring for plants and cleaning vases. Putting prices on shop items and clearing the store cupboard and dusting/cleaning shelves, floor, surfaces and tables. Answering telephone and taking orders. Serving customers and walking to houses with deliveries.

Qualifications & Certifications

Level 2 Diploma in floristry

Capel Manor College

Level 3 Diploma in floristry

Capel Manor College

Eleven GCSE's

Drayton Manor High School

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