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Win a £100 restaurant voucher for World Bee Day

Thursday 20 May is World Bee Day and we are excited to be giving away a £100 voucher to spend at Altrincham restaurant WowYauChow.



To Enter

  1. take a photo of yourself in front of the Myerson Bee* and share your photo on any of our social media channels;
  2. tag Myerson, yourself and the person you wish to bring to WowYauChow;
  3. like/follow Myerson on the Social Media Platform you posted your Photograph on.

The more channels you post on the more chances you'll have of winning.

The competition opens Thursday 20th May and will close at 5 pm on Thursday 27th May 2021.

The winner will be announced on Wednesday 2nd June.

*Myerson Solicitors - Grosvenor House, 20 Barrington Road, Altrincham, WA14 1HB.

Terms and Conditions apply.

The Myerson Bee

We became Altrincham's 'building with the Bee' in December 2018 when we unveiled our very own Manchester Bee. Named ‘Bee-bop-a-raver’ by Manchester-based Artist, Caroline Daly, the design of the 5ft sculpture took inspiration from Manchester's hive of musical activity in the 1980s and 90s.

The Bee was located on Bridge Street in Manchester city centre as part of Summer 2018's Manchester Bee Trail before we secured ‘Bee-bop-a-raver at the Bee in the City charity auction. All money raised went to the We Love MCR charity.

Having been unveiled as the Myerson Bee, it now takes pride of place on Barrington Road in Altrincham. The worker bee motivates Myerson employees and the local community to regularly support the local environment and working with various charities throughout the year.

The Bee In The City Charity Auction

77 bee sculptures were designed by various artists and featured in the Bee In The City Summer trail. The Bee In The City trail captured the hearts of locals over three months of residency in Manchester between July – September 2018.

The ‘one of a kind’ bee sculptures were sold at The Bee In The City Auction raising £1.1 million for the We Love MCR Charity.

The money raised by the Bee in the City helped support We Love MCR Charity’s Stronger Communities Fund, which provides grants of up to £2000 for initiatives that bring communities together to celebrate diversity and build stronger relationships, including supporting communities after the Manchester Arena attack 22 May 2017.

Find out more about the Myerson Bee here.  

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