Gardening for bees

With the National Pollinators Strategy in full swing we could all do more to plant our gardens in optimisation for our hungry honeybees.

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Project: Bees in Schools

Our aim is to get bees in the curriculum onto the website for schools members to be able to enjoy in the next academic year, term 1.

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Author: Claire Hartry

Swarm removal

Beekeepers are often approached about winged, flying creatures, especially in the spring and summer period, when they are their most active simply working and are no cause for alarm. We can only help if they are honeybees.

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Help the honey bees

Bees are facing a number of problems in the UK. Here are some ideas to enable you to act to help in whatever way you can.

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Author: Claire Hartry

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