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Can you hear the buzz from the Great British Entrepreneur Awards?

Admin, October 8, 2014

Plan Bee has made it through to the final short-list in the Eco Entrepreneur of the Year and Rural Entrepreneur of the Year Categories in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards.

The Great British Entrepreneur Awards, taking place on 19 November at Old Billingsgate in Central London, have become the recognised standard of excellence amongst entrepreneurs.

Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2014 - Plan Bee LtdSimon Burton, founder of the Great British Entrepreneur Awards, said: “The entries we have received for the Great British Entrepreneur Awards can only be described as awe inspiring. The quality has been outstanding. The judges have had the extremely difficult task of whittling the great and good of the entrepreneurial community down to the very best and we are delighted by the companies that have made the short-list. The Awards Ceremony itself in November will be a night to remember, with VIPs from the worlds of business and entrepreneurship gathering to celebrate entrepreneurial spirit in the UK.”

And the North Lanarkshire School’s Legacy Project is a go!

Admin, October 2, 2014

This morning we went to Kilsyth Academy to introduce the school project and talk about sustainability and the essential role of insect pollinators.

The pupils, will decorate an empty bee hive it according to different themes (Bannockburn 100, World War One, Scottish book or author, and one of the Commonwealth countries) will also write and produce a bee related song as well as create a yearlong photographic journal of the experiences. The project that runs throughout the academic year will give a huge opportunity to the pupils to get closer to understanding nature!

This project that is fully supported by North Lanarkshire Council through the Education Department will run in 6 schools for the first year , one of which is a primary school and will see more schools involved in the following years.

We’d like to thank the 200 pupils who attended our presentation this morning as well as the teachers at Kilsyth Academy for their help and enthusiasm for the project!

We look forward to sharing their progress with you…… next week we visit Braidhurst and Coltness Secondary schools.