Bees Trees and Me just got very wet (and had fun nonetheless)

Bees Trees and Me just got very wet (and had fun nonetheless)
It's now 24 hours later and my trusty waxed hat has still not dried out! The day started out with a heavy downpour, followed by continuous drizzle if not worse. We decided early on that some activities would have to be shelved - the skep weaving, the poetry, the hive inspections, the pompom trail and ...

More Bee Fun – Bees, Trees & Me!

More Bee Fun - Bees, Trees & Me!
We are really pleased to have set up another afternoon of bee-inspired creative activity! This is another of our Foraging Necklace events to celebrate the creativity and community of honeybees (and other pollinators). This time we are joining with artists to create art in the park, with an emphasis on creative communities of both insect ...

Foraging Necklace, trees!

Good news! We heard recently that we will be receiving 420 tree whips from the Woodland Trust. These will develop our Foraging Necklace project further into the park, creating a wider range of blossom for bees and other pollinators to forage amongst. And it all happens above our heads! Some of the trees will produce ...

About Honey

The 2013 harvest of honey has been put into 1lb and 1/2 lb jars and is sitting in Liz's living room, ready to sell. We are at Kings Heath farmers market on 1st Saturdays of the month from 10:00am. Look out for us at the Business Association community stall. Or contact us on hoccic@gmail.com. More ...

Foraging Necklace for Bees

Why do we need to help the bees? Bees and other pollinating insects are essential to the plant life cycle as they help the flower produce its seed and propagate itself for years to come. They are also essential to the food chain of many animals including people, by being instrumental in producing tasty and ...