Bees Words and Websites was created to work with schools, SMEs, start-ups, charities and churches who need web design, copywriting and graphic design services but can’t afford to deal with huge companies and their huge prices.
At Bees, we believe in an honest day’s pay for an honest day’s work and can work around your budget and find a solution that suits us both.
Our clients have included John Harding Estates, Julian's Restaurant, St Mary's Church Upton, BRCATESTUK, Everything Genetic Ltd, Overchurch Junior School, New Brighton Primary School, Claire House Children’s Hospice, CEJ Contractor Accountants, local author Susanne T Schroder, local hairdressers Hairforce and Helen Raeburn Simply Hair and Jubilee Church Wirral.
If you’re a small local business and you need a whole range of services – maybe you’re just starting up – then you need someone who can provide all of them for a reasonable price. We will build you a good-looking website which is easy to navigate and packed with well written content, providing all the information you and your clients need.
Our contacts in the local press mean that if you’ve got a story to tell, we can make sure it gets told and we can also design your business cards, flyers and any other printed material too.
Before starting Bees Words and Websites in the summer of 2015, chief writer and designer Andrew Greenhalgh was a full-time journalist, working for the Liverpool Echo for 12 years in news, features and sport. Prior to that he worked for other local papers including the Lincolnshire Echo, the Exeter Express and Echo and the Oldham Advertiser.
As a journalist, Andrew worked as a designer, writer, proof reader (reading the pages before they go to press) and sub-editor (checking the reporters’ work for mistakes and style before it goes to press) throughout his journalism career and rose to a senior position at the Liverpool Echo with responsibility for front pages, back pages, features pages and news spreads.
He continues to work as a freelancer for Reach, the owner of the Daily Mirror as well as the Liverpool Echo and many other regional newspapers.
Away from work he is a Christian and a family man with a wife and four fantastic children and enjoys music, reading and spending time with his family.