• Wildflower meadow interview with Radio Leicester

    09.08.2017
    Earlier this month Bridget Blair from Radio Leicester interviewed Sharon regarding our wildflower meadow at Beefayre HQ. A hundred years ago, the British countryside was full of beautiful and colourful wildflower meadow.  But a staggering 97 per cent of them have disappeared since the 1930’s, that’s over 7.5 million acres of them. Download link to Radio interview The good news is you don’t necessarily need acres of garden to help plant up habitat.  You can create a really useful food source for all our pollinators by planting up pots on a veranda, or do some ‘guerrilla gardening’ and scatter wildflower seeds on scrappy ground, common areas and verges!  These plants thrive in the margins and don’t need nutrient rich soil or looking after. Sow the seeds and l...
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  • We have a lovely hamper of goodies to giveaway!

    20.07.2017
    Every month we team up with another company to run a lovely competition giveaway.  This month we’ve got a scrumptious hamper from Mellow Yellow Kitchen – a local grower of rapeseed, who are proudly not using neonicotinoids on their crops. To win their delicious oils and condiments, plus some lovely Beefayre bits, simply like our page, like their page and tag a friend! July’s competition to win a hamper of mellow yellow & beefaye goodies!
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  • 'Ornamental plants on sale to the public are a significant source of pesticide residues with implications for the health of pollinating insects' Use your buying power to good influence!

    13.07.2017
    Dave Goulson (British biologist, conservationist, and Professor of Biology (Evolution, Behaviour and Environment) at the University of Sussex) has just completed an accepted paper that highlights the bee killing pesticides in the plants bought from many garden centres. This was a research paper that Beefayre customers helped fund.  Each year we donate 3% of our profits to various bee conservation initiatives in the UK. So when you are shopping from your local garden centre be sure to ask if the plants you are buying are pesticide free.  This active questioning will help highlight the issue and motivate garden centres to source pesticide free plants. Do not underestimate the power of the consumer, you can help push for change! Seek out your local organic garden centres and nurseries and ...
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  • Beefayre & Appleyard London

    05.06.2017
    This June we have teamed up with the stylish flower boutique Appleyard London to run a joint competition. For your chance to win a luxury bundle of products & flowers worth £200.   CLICK HERE TO ENTER and answer the simple question, what percentage do we donate to bee conservation every year? Good luck! ⭐️ Furthermore, all Beefayre customers have been given a £10 gift voucher.     SHOP HERE in the ‘Scented Creations’ Flowers and Beefayre Gifts section.     Enter: BEEFAYRE10 to claim your £10 voucher. Appleyard was born out of a passion for boutique floral design. Their experienced florists craft each bouquet by hand to create gorgeous gifts, so that you can send flowers to surprise and delight your loved ones, making every occasion memorable.
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  • The Great British Bee Count

    25.05.2017
    Great British Bee Count: What you need to know Our bees are in trouble – can you help? Join Friends of the Earth’s Great British Bee Count from 19 May to 30 June 2017, and our free app will get you off to a flying start in identifying and recording different species. By taking part, you’ll learn more about our brilliant bees and easy ways to help them. It’s also a great nature activity to do with children – encouraging them to get up close with these wonderful insects. You’ll be helping experts build our understanding of different species. For example, how they’re coping with impacts such as climate change and habitat loss – so that ultimately we might reverse their decline. It’s more important than ever that we act together now to save be...
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  • Beefayre at This Morning Live

    26.04.2017
    We are delighted to be part of the first ever This Morning Live Show 18-21 May, at NEC Birmingham.  Come and see us on Stand B343. We are doing a special tasting session at the show with our honey, pollen and propolis as well as offering free packets of ‘seeds for bees’ to the first 50 customers on the stand each day.  https://www.theticketfactory.com/thismorninglive/online/
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