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City Centre Beehives – The Printworks

Up on top of the roof of The Printworks, you’ll find a little oasis of peace and calm, featuring an allotment, herb garden, orchard, beetle hotel and bee garden.

Co-Operative Society Beehives

The beehive has long been one of the main symbols of the Cooperative movement, representing working together for the good of the whole.

Brew Wild Manchester

Brew Wild Manchester began in 2016 with the aim of using local produce to create beer and other drinks.

Library Walk Bees

A recent addition to the city architecture, Library Walk features bees both inside and out.

Manchester Bee Street Art

The Manchester Bee is a regular feature of the street art and graffiti that adorns many of the surfaces across the city.

The Oddfellows Beehive

All about the Oddfellows, the beehive that adorns their coat of arms and where it can be found dotted around Manchester.

King Street Bees and Beehives

Formerly the main banking area for Manchester and the North-West, King Street has the greatest concentration of bees within the city centre.

The Boddington Bees

Brewed in Manchester since 1778, Boddingtons has long been linked to the city.

Bees, Bins and Bollards

Both a ubiquitous sight around the city centre, the bee bollards and bee bins are highly visible signs of the bee’s importance as a symbol of Manchester.

Manchester Town Hall Bees

Home to its most ubiquitous and iconic design, Manchester Town Hall and the Manchester Bee are inseparably linked.