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B-Lines Hub

B-Lines Map

We want to build up a picture of how the B-Lines are being developed around the country. To help us do this we would like individuals and organisations to highlight their activities on our B-Lines maps. Please look at our B-Lines map and let us know what you are doing within the network . You can add details to the map or look more closely at your local area by clicking on the buttons below.

Map Key

  • Type of work carried out
  • Wildflower meadow creation
  • Habitat restoration
  • Wildflower plug planting
  • Wildflower sowing
  • School activities
  • Urban Meadow
  • Bee hotels
  • Wildflower margins, pollen and nectar mixes
  • Green roof
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To help us keep track of how the B-Lines network is developing we need to find out what is happening around the country. To access information about the growing B-Lines around the country please look at your region/country map (see below). On these maps you can  hover over the coloured pins and you will be able to see a summary of individual activities!







We are interested in hearing from everyone, whether you are a school creating a bee-friendly garden, a landowner creating a wildflower meadow, a local authority developing bee-friendly flower-beds, or a business planting wildflowers in its grounds – “Take part in creating our B-Lines”.


All of these activities, along with many more can help make stepping stones of habitat which will aid movement of insect pollinators around the B-Lines network.


For more information about how Buglife and our partners are taking action to create the B-Lines on our B-Lines project pages. Then why not try and help us fill in some of the gaps by taking action yourself or persuading others to do so (see our B-Lines FAQ and other information). We have not mapped the B-Lines in every area, but will be trying to do so in the future. In the meantime why not try and persuade your local council or biodiversity partnership to get involved. They can contact us for guidance or information. If you are not within one of the currently mapped B-Lines, please do not think that your work is not important. We will be continuing to map B-Lines in the coming years so please revisit this map to see how things develop.