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Urbee & Friends
Urbee & Friends

'Urbee & Friends' - eco-friendly products designed just for kids!
Our colourful, stationery range will help children to learn about pollinators, with a fun and interesting fact on each book.
Sets include a lined Notebook for writing, a plain Sketchbook for drawing and a matching B-grade, foiled pencil to record and draw all of their nature adventures.
Choose from
Bee, Butterfly or Ladybird.
Gift wrapping is also available.
Made responsibly in the UK with our precious environment in mind.

We are launching our new product...

A fun and educational set for primary school-aged children.

Learn, Create & Grow for Bees.

Bee Box

The Bee Box is now available to order...

White tailed bumblebee
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Bees are important pollinators!
They pollinate flowering trees, herbs, fruit, vegetable and garden plants. Some of these plants then produce delicious food that we can eat. Other plants produce seeds so a new plant can grow.
Apples, strawberries and blackberries are all fruits that grow because bees and other insects have pollinated the flowers!

  Did you know...  There are over 270 species of bee in the UK!
Only 1 of those is a honeybee, 24 are bumblebees and the rest are solitary bees.

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Butterflies are effective pollinators!
They pollinate flowering herbs, vegetable and garden plants as they travel from flower to flower, in search of nectar.
Thyme, mint and basil are all herbs that grow because butterflies and other insects have pollinated the flowers!

Comma Butterfly
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   Did you know...  There are around 59 species of butterfly in the UK!
Most are resident here but we also have a few butterfly visitors from abroad which breed here when our weather is warmer.


Ladybirds are beneficial insects!
They pollinate flowering plants, vegetables and herbs by walking on the plants in search of food. Pollen sticks to them and is transferred around the flowers. They feed on insects like aphids, which damage plants, so they are also very helpful in the garden.
Peas, tomatoes and beans are all vegetables th
at grow because ladybirds and other insects have pollinated the flowers!

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  Did you know...  There are around 46 species of ladybird in the UK!
Ladybirds have bright colours, which act as an important defence mechanism -
warning other animals not to eat them!

  More for kids...  Our little enamel bee keyring's are perfect for school bags, with a ring, clip and a chain they are very versatile! Choice of gold or silver coloured plating.  

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