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Och aye the moo!

Admin, June 13, 2016

 

Heather Honeycomb web 1We’re busy bees here at the Plan Bee hive as we gear up for our biggest event yet, the Royal Highland Show.

As a cornerstone of the Eat Lanarkshire feature within the Scotland’s Larder Live tent, the team will be on hand to not only promote Plan Bee to around 200,000 visitors, but also to sell the company’s award-winning Origin Honey and Beehive Brae brands.

“This is the largest domestic event that we’ve ever taken part in, and we’re hugely appreciative to the team at North Lanarkshire Council for inviting us to take part. We’ve worked closely with the local authority over the last five years and the team and I are really looking forward to getting out there and meeting the thousands of visitors who attend the show annually.

“This is one of the milestone events in not only Scotland’s agricultural calendar, but on the country’s social calendar annually. Families from all across the UK, and from all kinds backgrounds, from the country and from towns and cities flock to Ingliston for this four-day showcase of some of the best produce that Scotland has to offer.”

The Highland Show runs between Thursday 23rd June and Sunday 26th June 2016. For further information please visit: www.royalhighlandshow.org/