Our Partners

Meet the team behind Solitary Bee Week and our
partners and supporters in bringing this campaign to life.

The  Green&Blue  team behind the award winning Bee Brick started Solitary Bee Week in 2018 in recognition of how little was known and understood about these 'other' bee species.

The Green&Blue team behind the award winning Bee Brick started Solitary Bee Week in 2018 in recognition of how little was known and understood about these 'other' bee species.

 
Special thanks also go out to Emily Doorish - a true partner in Solitary Bee Week and somebody from whom we learn from every day. A fascinating real world view of the wildlife in her garden, find her on  Instagram  or  Twitter  and start learning

Special thanks also go out to Emily Doorish - a true partner in Solitary Bee Week and somebody from whom we learn from every day. A fascinating real world view of the wildlife in her garden, find her on Instagram or Twitter and start learning

The University of Exeter's  Environment and Sustainability Institute  team have been great supporters in spreading the word further about solitary bees and a constant source of information and learning for us all.

The University of Exeter's Environment and Sustainability Institute team have been great supporters in spreading the word further about solitary bees and a constant source of information and learning for us all.

Bethia Naughton-Rumbo  is a freelance marketing and communications specialist with a growing passion for bees. Green&Blue, with support from European funding, invited Bethia to help set up the Solitary Bee Week campaign.

Bethia Naughton-Rumbo is a freelance marketing and communications specialist with a growing passion for bees. Green&Blue, with support from European funding, invited Bethia to help set up the Solitary Bee Week campaign.