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Beeble Backs in conversation with Nigel Barnett

Emma Barker talks to Nigel Barnett, the Blacksmith who plays the flute for his bees.

Beeble Backs in Conversation with Madeline Brunt

We were initially introduced to Madeline through one of our favourite farm shops in Frampton Mansell, The Jolly Nice. Madeline told us about her new beeswax business which she had started and it sounded so brilliant and so in line with our company values. 

Sharmadean Reid in conversation with Beeble Backs

This month Beeble were lucky enough to interview SharmaDean Reid. As a strong advocate of gender equality and female empowerment, Reid is a role model within the beauty industry and an ideal representative to help tackle many struggles it has been facing since the covid-19 pandemic.

Beeble Backs in conversation with Daisy Petrie

Similar to me, Daisy is a recent graduate and we are both trying to make our way in the world. I really didn’t know what to expect when we first met but I was immediately struck by Daisy’s magnetic energy and her zest for life. She was a bundle of energy and joy and I immediately warmed to her.

A Double AKT worth watching out for!

Ed and Andy met performing on the stage in the West End of London in 2015. It’s a gruelling profession – long days, longer nights and rehearsals on your day off! Add in to the mix, they are performing under bright lights, singing & dancing, whilst using the same costumes for every show.

Bill Granger in conversation with Beeble Backs

Restaurants have been closed for the best part of a year, has there ever been a more important time to back them? Seeing tables full again, people enjoying eating out and everyone back at work is so refreshing. This month we chose to back Bill Granger.

“Bees have been a part of my life forever."

This month, guest contributor Juliet Cornick talks to calligrapher and owner of Embellishing the Ordinary, Laura Gillingham, about handwriting, weddings, and how to artistically thrive in the world of calligraphy and beyond. "Bees have been a part of my life forever."

Dr. Eleanor Manners in conversation with Beeble Backs

With Spring approaching and lockdown three ending it looks like we will all finally be able to leave our hives and enjoy a couple of rounds of Beeble with our friends and family in the sunshine. This certainly wouldn’t have been the case without the hard work our NHS has put in during Covid.

"Carefree and Colourful". Beeble Backs in conversation with Garden of Eve.

Eve is a self-taught crafter from Whitley Bay, in the North East of England. She learnt to crochet during study breaks from an English with Creative Writing degree. And on her study abroad year in Reykjavik, Iceland, she started making jewellery.
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