Started in 2020 and further developed in 2021, people who attend The Bee Tree Community online zoom sessions do so for a variety of reasons. Being locked down for so long emphasised existing personal issues and created new ones too.
The Bee Tree Community is a warm, supportive, non-judgemental, funny, caring group of people and we can all be assured of a warm welcome and very cheaply too. Social exclusion exists for many reasons and the founders realised that people needed an online community in order to connect.
The wonderful Lancashire-based, Debbie and Clare started Bee Tree and it has been a huge help to me and many others, emotionally. Plus, I have learned a lot too.
It is a CIC which means Community Interest Company and so is non profit making.
The link to the Bee Tree website is below.
This community definitely looks fun. I like how people found the ways to be together even if they are not being able together in reality. Zoom has its pros and cons and here is a clear pro.
I used that photo merely to show some home cooking. This is a chocolate cake dessert I made with a chocolate fudge sauce to go on top of it . Every scrap was eaten.
There is a cooking session every second Sunday on Bee Tree.
Veronica, Thank you for product lines, pretty pictures and practical information.
In particular, the range of educational entertainment, entertaining education in the daily sessions is impressive.
What is the story behind that beautiful, fresh chocolate-frosted cake?
I can see why it is a popular activity among bee and tree lovers. Besides socializing, it combats stress and help grow as a community in support of vegetation and our friendly bees.
Ty for commenting. Yes people who live close to, do meet up which is lovely. But some meet up anyway on our Zooms!
An interesting idea. Now that contact is possible will it morph into actual meetings? I see scattered members as an obstacle, but smaller groups could easily gather.