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Looking for Business Networking in Rugeley?

Looking to meet other businesses? Perfect! We’ve set up business networking group in Rugeley that’s a little more relaxed. For those new or even network pros. 
The Hive is a vibrant, non-formal meetup group for those who wish to expand their professional network & build lasting relationships within Rugeley and the surrounding areas.

Meet our founding colony

Queen Bee

Jessica Davanzo

Award winning promotional merchandise & clothing specialist with a passion for sustainability.

Busy Bee

Pat Cannon

Cannon Horticulture Making gardens beautiful, whether to sell a home, or to spruce up. 

Honey Bee

Sean Bird

Sean designs eye-catching websites, logos, flyers & apps to attract more customers to your business.

Worker Bee

Natalie Hurdley

Personal Trainer at NH Personal Training – Independent Associate at Isagenix.

Upcoming Events

In light of current world events with the Corona Virus and government guidance, for the time being our meet ups are all being held online.
But don’t worry, these are just as friendly, casual and completely free. 
We’ll bee seeing you! 

There are no upcoming Events at this time.


See what’s buzzin’ around the Hive.

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Get your free seeds

Us good people at the Hive, have been “busy” working on some great new things, to make the world around us a much better place.

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There’s always a buzz on our Facebook

4 weeks ago


Please share ❤️🙏🛑✋🏻STOP SCROLLING, PLEASE ❤️
From one parent to another I need your help! A new mum, her family and so many people out there need you and you can save lives.

During lockdown a new, first-time, local mum 👩🏼‍🍼joined my online classes, little did I know at the time she was very ill. At 32 weeks pregnant 🤰🏼she had been diagnosed with Leukaemia, a rare blood cancer. I can not begin to image what ran through her mind the the added worry and such mixed feelings about the future. All this at a time that should have been the happiest of her and her family’s life, planning the arrival of her first child.

Her perfect baby was born and like many new mums she wanted to get to baby classes, so she joined my classes online but when all their new friends started face to face classes this mum’s consultant advised her against this because it was too risky for her health and she was waiting for blood stem cell/ bone marrow transplant. So whilst upset she could not meet up with her new friends and show off her beautiful baby she knew deep down it was the right thing to stay home and keep safe and well in preparation for her operation and the bright future ahead.

💔Fast forward to today and I am broken hearted to tell you that this amazing mum has had not one but three cancelled blood stem cell donations 💔

........but her fight continues💪🏻

‼️She and so many others need you ‼️


✨ Please consider adding to the blood stem cell and bone marrow donor register if you are able: www.dkms.org.uk/register-now

✨ Please love❤️ , tag🏷, comment 📝and share 💌this post to allow it to travel far and wide in our search to save this and many other lives. Even if you can’t donate yourself.

This is a real life story, a real family, real fears, real hopes and real dreams. You can save lives, keep families together and allow a little girl to grow up with a health mum.


Thank you in advance from the bottom of my heart. ♥️

Georgie xxx
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3 months ago


This time last week two of our family Hive family were in the midst of an incredible 38 mile charity walk, The Long Walk Home, raising money for The Buddy Bag Foundation & Pathway Project ! Two very worthy charities who support victims of domestic violence! 💕

Shout out to Pat Cannon from Cannon Horticulture & Jessica Davanzo from Square Peg Promotions who took part!!

We saw such support from our community and thank all who donated!

The link is still open until the end of the month for anyone who still wants to make a contribution!

So inspiring what a community can achieve! 💕💕💕

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