Burts Bees and Wild Fawn collaboration

beehive silver necklace on a model with lip balm tin on image To celebrate the new look of Burt's Bees iconic Beeswax Lip Balm Tin, the brand has teamed with sustainable jewellery brand Wild Fawn to create a limited-edition charm necklace (£96).

Inspired by traditional beehives known as skeps, each necklace is hand-crafted in London from recycled sterling silver and the charm opens to reveal a nestling honey bee. Available exclusively from wildfawnjewellery.com, 10% of sales will be donated to the Bee Friendly Trust. In addition to the percentage of sales from Wild Fawn, Burt's Bees have made a charitable donation to the trust to help them continue their vital work.

The Bee Friendly Trust is a non-profit organisation started by two beekeepers and they are on a mission to help honey bees and pollinators thrive. It all started with some bee-friendly planters at Putney station, now 7 years later they have expanded across the rail network creating much needed habitats for pollinators, from small planters to larger gardens. They also work closely with communities, providing educational workshops to help make the nation a more bee-friendly environment.

The Burt's Bees x Wild Fawn Jewellery Beehive Necklace (£96) will be available from wildfawnjewellery.com from 23rd January 2023. The Burt's Bees Beeswax Lip Balm Tin (£4.99) is is available now at selected Boots stores and on boots.com. Subject to availability.

silver beehive necklace

Wild Fawn Jewellery's mission is to be the most ethical and sustainable brand for those who want meaningful jewellery that lasts forever. They use traditional silversmithing techniques so customers can wear their jewellery with pride knowing it's one of a kind and handmade with care here in London by an all-female team. Wild Fawn is a registered Fairtrade Gold company and only uses recycled or fair mined silver and gold so each piece can be made and worn with a clean conscience. Everything is made by hand in their London studio, it is produced fairly and transparently, which means that there has been no exploitation of workers or unnecessary C02 emissions from transport. Made by mindful women for mindful humans, always.

Discover Wild Fawn online at wildfawnjewellery.com

Burts Bees lip balm tin

The Bee Friendly Trust creates spaces for honey bees and other wildlife to thrive. It all began with two urban beekeepers, Luke and Qais, putting some bee-friendly planters on Putney Station in West London. The aim was to increase forage for urban bees. That was in 2016. From this one small project the charity was born. Nearby stations asked for planters. Network Rail and Transport for London got involved. The two beekeepers were joined by others. Now the charity has a team of specialists and volunteers dedicated to making the nation more pollinator friendly through:
· A network of planters and gardens on the national transport network
· Educational artworks in public spaces
· Workshops and events for every age
· Its annual Bee Friendly Town Awards, which celebrate community-driven wildlife initiatives

To find out more about the Bee Friendly Trust's work, visit beefriendlytrust.org or contact emma@beefriendlytrust.org

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