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The worker bee has been an iconic part of Manchester’s coat of arms since the 1800s when tens of thousands of workers were striving like bees in the creation of the world’s first industrial city. Fast forward to present day, Mancunians are still as busy as bees and approach business with diligence and hard work.

Worker Bee: Ed Blaney, musician and founder of Salford Music Festival

Musician Ed Blaney on Mark E Smith, Neil Diamond and birdwatching

Worker Bee: Matt Greenhalgh, the Salford screenwriter behind Joy Division biopic...

Matt Greenhalgh is an award-winning Salfordian...

Worker Bee: Ross Green, managing director of Embryo Digital

Manchester based Embryo Digital started life...

Worker Bee: Max George, actor and musician

Manchester-born Max George is best known...

Worker Bee: Sally MacDonald, director, Science and Industry Museum

It’s 50 years since the original...

Worker Bee: Jessica Toomey, managing director, The Frog and Bucket comedy...

The Frog and Bucket is something...

Worker Bee: Beverley Callard, actress

Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard has become...

Worker Bee: Mike Sweeney, radio presenter

BBC star Mike Sweeney continues to...

Worker Bee: Sacha Lord, founder WHP and Parklife

Sacha Lord's knowledge of Manchester's nightlife...

Worker Bee: Rhian Sugden, model

Rhian Sugden isn’t shy when it...

Worker Bee: Louise Wallwein MBE, poet and playwright

Louise Wallwein MBE is an award-winning...

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