A SIGNAGE business is joining the bee movement, which has sprung up in the wake of the Manchester Arena attack.

Signs and Graphics in Tonge Moor Road is making bee stickers to raise money for the terror attack appeal.

The appeal, started by the Manchester Evening News, has already reached £1.6 million and Neil Oldale and Paul Holt are hoping to do their bit to help.

Mr Oldale, aged 37, is supplying the ink for the stickers, his wife Lisa said they will be available in store on Tuesday and the 4ins by 4ins bees will be £1 each.

All the money from the bees stickers will go directly to the fund.

Mr Holt of ATC in Rochdale is supplying the vinyl for the emblems which can be stuck anywhere.

Mrs Oldale said: "Neil just decided he wanted to raise some money for the families and he didn't know how he could help."

Mr Oldale said: "We just had a think because in my game you can't really do much to raise money."

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Mr Oldale's friend, William Gallagher, aged 47, will also be selling the stickers at Rae's Restaurant in Deansgate.

Mr Oldale expects to have printed around 2,000 stickers by Tuesday and hopes he can raise a good sum for the fund.

The money from the fund is going to the British Red Cross and will form part of the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund set up by the city council.

The attack on the Manchester Arena after the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night killed 22 people and 59 people were taken to hospitals across Greater Manchester to be treated for their injuries.

Across the region tattoo studios are also offering their time for free to ink bee emblems on those who want them in return for a £50 donation.