Here's how you can get a Manchester bee tattoo in Sheffield and raise money for bombing victims

Aftermath of Manchester attack - Picture: Ross Parry
Aftermath of Manchester attack - Picture: Ross Parry
Have your say

A Sheffield tattoo artist is aiming to raise money for the victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack by offering bee tattoos.

The worker bee symbol has become synonymous with Manchester and is a symbol of the city's hard working past, during the Industrial Revolution.

Tattoo artist Hannah Eaton has now announced she will be offering tattoos of the Manchester bee on Monday, May 29 to raise funds for those affected by the terror attacks.

The artist will charge £50 per tattoo with all proceeds going towards the main Crowdfunder appeal.

She said: "Even if you can't make it please retweet this post! Would really like to share some love and solidarity in such a hard time."

The quirky fundraising appeal was started by Sam Barber, a tattoo artist from Stalybridge.

The Sacred Art tattoo parlour in Chorlton, Manchester, will also be offering the bee artwork and have received a huge amount of interest.

A Facebook event figures indicate that 1,700 people are expected to the descend on the Barlow Moor Road shop for the tattoo.