Visit Big Yellow Self Storage For Sightings Of Rare Orchid Species As Well For Storage Solutions!

, (PressExposure) June 17, 2009 -- Norwich locals didn’t realise that they were amidst a rare species of orchid – the Bee Orchid - until a few days ago when a birder made the chance spotting, rather remarkably, at a Big Yellow Self Storage site!

Big Yellow Self Storage, more famously known for its storage solutions as opposed to hosting unusual flora and fauna, has now made special provisions to ensure that the three flowers are kept safe and not removed by overzealous landscape gardeners.

The flowers make a surprising addition to the Riverside area because they are more typically found in Mediterranean regions and in the south, south east and Wales. Canary Way Big Yellow Self Storage store manager Andrew Miller wasn’t surprised by the extra visitors to the site: “We’ve had a few people come in and ask about it so the flowers have obviously created quite a stir. It’s definitely a welcome addition to Big Yellow Self Storage site!”

At Big Yellow Self Storage you can store things of all shapes & sizes, with room sizes from 9 sq ft up to 400 sq ft. With state of the art customer service and technology, each room is protected by its own alarm and CCTV, monitored by staff round the clock. There’s also unique PIN entry access, well lit corridors and fire detection systems in all self storage locations with easy access 7 days a week.

Go to http://www.bigyellowselfstorage.com to find out how you can benefit from self storage.

About Big Yellow Self Storage

Big Yellow Self Storage is the most recognised brand name in self storage. We combine the latest technology with excellent customer service and a network of 65 stores in high profile, easy-to-access, main road locations. Big Yellow is already the leading self storage brand in London and the South of England, and we're now expanding to cover the rest of Britain.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 16, 2009 at 9:26 am
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