Luxury handbags and accessories brand Alice Wheeler London has announced its partnership with the British Bee Charity (www.britishbeecharity.com), a non-profit organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the welfare of bees and other pollinators.
The partnership aims to raise awareness and funds for the British Bee Charity’s vital work in conserving the UK’s bee population, which is essential for the health of our ecosystems and food security. Alice Wheeler London will be supporting the charity throughout the year with various initiatives, including donating a percentage of its sales to the cause.
One of the highlights of the partnership will be a special offer in August to coincide with Honeybee Day on August 19. Customers who purchase any Alice Wheeler London product during this month will receive a special discount and help donate Beebombs – which are native wildflower seedballs – to schools, with an educational pack that includes a presentation covering Key Stage 1 & 2 teachers’ notes. The presentation explains the plight of bees and other pollinators and how we can each do our bit to help them.
“We are very grateful to Alice Wheeler London for choosing us as their charity partner and for their generous support. Their products are beautiful and reflect the diversity and beauty of nature”British Bee Charity trustee Mike Harvey
Handmade in Dorset, Beebombs are a mix of 18 British wildflower seeds, fine, sifted soil and locally sourced clay. Our seeds are native species and designated by the Royal Horticultural Society as “Perfect for Pollinators” Beebombs just need to be scattered onto cleared ground to create a wildflower meadow that will #bringthebeesback.
British Bee Charity trustee Mike Harvey said: “We are very grateful to Alice Wheeler London for choosing us as their charity partner and for their generous support. Their products are beautiful and reflect the diversity and beauty of nature. We look forward to working together to raise awareness and funds for our cause to make a positive difference for bees and other pollinators.”