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George was supported by his school teacher wife Kate. He gradually increased the number of hives, supplementing his income by working as a postman, a timber feller and farm worker (all at the same time). When eldest son Paddy was old enough to ride a bike he was sent on the post round where possible (and as surreptitiously as possible because this was a sackable offence) allowing George more time to tend the bees. Swarms of bees were often found in post boxes and George was always on hand to re-home them and boost his stocks of hives.
In 1959 the business moved to South Molton in the old school.