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Nantwich pebble artists remember Manchester terror attack victims

Nantwich pebble artists remember Manchester terror attack victims

By Jonathan White
Pebble artists in Nantwich and Crewe have been painting bees on rocks to pay tribute on the first anniversary of the Manchester Arena terror attack.

The worker bee is one of the best-known symbols of Manchester and came to symbolise Manchester’s resilience after the atrocity which killed 22 people a year ago.

100 investors back Haughton Honey crowdfunding campaign

100 investors back Haughton Honey crowdfunding campaign

More than 100 investors have backed an £80,000 crowd-funding investment campaign by Tarporley business Haughton Honey.

And the timescale for investment has been extended to May 27 to allow more potential investors to get involved.

May 18, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
Haughton Honey at Tarporley celebrates major Booths deal

Haughton Honey at Tarporley celebrates major Booths deal

Cheshire-based business Haughton Honey is celebrating securing its first premium major multiple retailer contract after signing a deal with Booths supermarket.

It means the honey brand based near Tarporley will be available on the shelves of Booths outlets across the North West, including Hale Barns and Knutsford stores in Cheshire and at Media City in Salford.

April 5, 2016 0 comments Business, Business
South Cheshire bee farmer launches new local honey range

South Cheshire bee farmer launches new local honey range

Bee farmer Crispin Reeves has the fine food industry buzzing with excitement at the launch of a new brand of honey.

And every jar of his Haughton Honey that sells will help raise funds for the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, to help protect bees and preserve their habitats.

September 2, 2014 1 comment Business, Business
Nantwich Museum creates buzz over Food and Drink Festival event

Nantwich Museum creates buzz over Food and Drink Festival event

A Nantwich Museum exhibition during the town’s Food and Drink Festival is sure to create a buzz – with the focus on bees!

The Pillory Street venue, which will be open 10.30-4.30pm during the three-day festival, has a First World War exhibition on show.