Manchester Metropolitan University’s coat of arms features a number of elements taken from the City of Manchester’s arms.
The Manchester Bee is a regular feature of the street art and graffiti that adorns many of the surfaces across the city.
All about the Oddfellows, the beehive that adorns their coat of arms and where it can be found dotted around Manchester.
Two Mechanical Sweepers dressed in fuzzy finery make annual appearances as part of the Manchester Day Parade,
A page dedicated to the many and varied reasons people get a Manchester Bee Tattoo.
How the Manchester Bee came to be featured on a French travel show about the North West of England.
Standing 217 feet (66 metres) high, the clock tower of what is now the Palace Hotel was the tallest building in Manchester for many years.
Formerly the main banking area for Manchester and the North-West, King Street has the greatest concentration of bees within the city centre.
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.