Honeycomb Adopts Bees for World Honey Bee Day
Working in conjuction with bee preservation group, Plan Bee, the aim of the campaign is to help protect and promote the humble bee
It’s World Honey Bee Day tomorrow (19th August). In celebration, we’ve sponsored bees for all our clients and friends, and friends of friends, and friends of friends of friends. ALL THE FRIENDS. ALL THE BEES.
The bees live in a hive in bonnie Scotland and they’ve all been named after their new adoptees. As well as playing a small but important role in protecting the countryside, and, by extension, the future of all humanity, these beautiful* bees are tokens of thanks for the buzz we get from all the bee-rilliant people we work with.
Here’s one of the thousands of certificates — this one courtesy of our Head of Design, Andrew J Fox. (His bee is a bit of a hipster, but what else would you expect?).
With many thanks to PlanBee
, who work to protect and promote the humble bee (and who must have spent ages certifying all those bees for us). All the sponsorship goes to support a real beehive, helping the honey bee population recover and supporting honey bee related initiatives around the UK.
World Honey Bee Day is building awareness of the importance of bees through education and promotion. But you knew that.
*Remember, beauty is in the eye of the bee-holder.