Perranporth based wildlife company Green&Blue are still celebrating after spending the day at Number 10 Downing Street last week. Having been hand picked as a Small Business 100, as part of the Small Business Saturday campaign, Green&Blue were invited to spend an afternoon with ministers and other influential people at the famous address. Faye Clifton, sales and marketing manager at Green&Blue, took some of the companyâ€™s award winning bee bricks and display panels around the companiesâ€™ use of a waste material from the Cornish China clay industry in their products. â€œTo have the opportunity to step inside that famous door and talk to ministers about bee brick is just unbelievable,â€ said Faye. â€œComing on the back of our visit from Michael Gove earlier this year it feels like weâ€™re being heard by the right people as we try to raise the profile of solitary bees and campaign for bee bricks to adopted as common practice in constructionâ€ Stephen Barclay MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, said of the event: â€œItâ€™s great to welcome business owners to Number 10 today to show our appreciation for the crucial contribution they make to Britain. Small businesses are vital to a thriving and competitive economy that is fit for the future, so itâ€™s great to see that the number of small businesses in the UK has been growing in recent years. We hope the country will join us in championing the UKâ€™s small businesses, and support them this Christmas.â€ Small Business Saturday is a nationwide campaign to support, inspire and promote the UKâ€™s 5.7 million small businesses, like Green&Blue. After the event the Number10 twitter account tweeted a short film in celebration of the event and featuring Faye from Green&Blue.