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MANCHESTER BEES (July)
To show their support and solidarity in the aftermath of the recent bomb attack in Manchester (in which 22 people were killed and more than a hundred injured), thousands of people have been getting tattooed with the image of a bee. Local tattooist Sam Barber, based in Stalybridge, came up with the idea as a way of raising money for victims and their families; word got around and enormous queues were soon forming at many of the city's tattoo studios. The tattoo buzz has now spread way beyond Manchester to become an international demonstration of the city's indomitable spirit, raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for the cause. But why the bee? Well, historically, it's been an emblem of Manchester's industrial past – with Victorian writers using the imagery of worker bees, hives of activity, etc – and bees are represented in various ways all around the city (even in its coat of arms). It's a symbol that now means so much more – to Mancunians everywhere, and all those who stand united with them. For an up-to-date list of participating tattoo studios, check www.facebook.com/ManchesterTattooAppeal/ www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/manchestertattooappeal