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BeeQuest has been a labour of love since the bomb attack on Manchester on 22 May 2017 as I have donated and will continue to donate all my time for free to raise money for the Manchester Memorial Fund.  You may or may not know that I  emboss and individually number each copy of Bee Quest by hand.  In doing so, I realised that it would be a shame not to record who each copy belongs to and where abouts in the world it landed.  That's why, over the weekend I decided to write a new component for the Bee Quest website so as people can register their own books online.

You can register your copy of Bee Quest online by visiting

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I've already imported a lot of the books and their owners from the book register that I was keeping previously, so you may get a message saying that your copy has already been registered (if there is a problem, as soon as you enter the book number a message similar to the one below will appear and the submit button will be disabled).  If you come across any problems, use the contact form to get in touch and I'll do my best to sort it out.

Not bought your own copy yet?  Please help me raise as much money as possible by buying your own copy from the BeQuest website or from the Northern Quarter Gallery on the 2nd Floor of Afflecks Palace, Manchester. The book only costs £6.99 and 100% of the profits go to charity (I'm not making a penny from the sale of the book, you have my word).