Buglife new one-stop shop for bugs

Green Banana Marketing will be building Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust’s – new website aimed to be a ‘one-stop shop’ for bug related news and conservation.

Paul Hetherington, Buglife Communications and Fundraising Director said “Buglife is pleased to be working with Green Banana Marketing on our new website. They are passionate about our work and want to help us make the most of our digital communications”.

Giles Robertson, Director Green Banana Marketing said “We are delighted to be working with Buglife.  Insects are the lifeblood of our eco-system (and central to Buglife’s excellent work), we hope to inspire new supporters and partners with this message through the new site”.

Thanks to funding from The Tubney Charitable Trust earlier this year Buglife is able to invest in a new website and more generally in their communications and fundraising work. Buglife hopes to integrate the new website with their social media accounts on twitter @buzz_dont_tweet and on facebook.

Paul said “We hope that the new website due to launch in summer 2013 will encourage visitors to feel interested and informed about our conservation work whilst showcasing the beauty and importance of bugs”.

Buglife -The Invertebrate Conservation Trust is the only charity in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates, and is actively working to save Britain’s rarest bugs, bees, butterflies, ants, worms, beetles and many more fascinating invertebrates. Further information is available on Buglife’s website at www.buglife.org.uk Follow on Twitter @buzz_dont_tweet and ‘Like’ on Facebook: Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust.

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