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Foxtons champions LGBTQ+ safes spaces for Chelsea in Bloom

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Foxtons Sloane Square has burst into bloom for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show to spread the word that Foxtons 57 offices are LGBTQ+ safe spaces. For the RHS Chelsea Flower show this year Foxtons has built an artificial and dried multi-coloured floral installation in celebration of the amazing power of flowers and they’re inviting people to pop by for Instagram pictures and botany themed refreshments.

 In the week before PRIDE month, we’re delighted to use our Chelsea In Bloom installation to highlight that all 57 of our offices are LGBTQ+ safe spaces. This means anyone who’s part of the LGBTQ+ community can be confident that they can be their whole self when working with Foxtons and we also provide a service to any community member who needs to seek shelter from intimidation or abuse, a valuable addition to the existing spaces that can often be venues serving alcohol. #Foxtonsinbloom

David Hall, Head of Brand and Communication Lead in the Foxtons LGBTQ+ network

A partner contributor to Curia’s LGBT+ Commission, Foxtons has a great story to tell on creating a business welcoming to LGBT+ employees. The rainbow theme of the installation reflects on the “natural spaces” aspect of the Flower Show theme, and considers the physical space our offices take on the high streets of the communities Foxtons serves.

Independently owned ‘Floral & Lace’ designed the ombré floral installation to show of support for the LGBTQ+ community across London.

“I chose the rainbow theme for many reasons. Firstly, everyone loves a rainbow. They have such a happy, pleasing nature, and I wanted to capture the joy you get from seeing one. I also adore colour, and colour blocking/ombré placement is super quirky, on-trend and really eye catching, and of course Foxtons strongly support the LGBTQ+ communities, which gave our theme a true Foxtons message of solidarity. The whimsical pillar shape allows people to interact with the display and makes you feel like you’re surrounded by colour.” – Zara Robinson, Owner of Floral & Lace.

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