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"York Urban Buzz is an amazing project that really needs your support. What could be better than making our parks and gardens great for us and at the same time providing food for our buzzing buddies? We need to look after these little guys as our world would be very different without them." Steve Backshall

Donate online or text 'Buzz14 £10, £20 or £30' to 70070

 

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Brilli-Ant Creatures

Meet some new friends helping create and restore habitats for the rare Narrow-headed Ant and other special heathland wildlife. No experience needed – tools, tuition and tea provided. Please wear suitable clothes and footwear, and bring a packed lunch if staying the day. Joint event with Devon Wildlife Trust

Bovey Heathfield nature reserve compartment 2, off King Charles Business Park, Old Newton Road, Heathfield, south Devon

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Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 - 10:30 to 16:00
Cost: Free
Organiser: Stephen Carroll
Location:   Open map
Website: stephen.carroll@buglife.org.uk

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New B-Lines plan to help Northern Ireland’s Pollinating Insects

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Buglife’s Northern Ireland B-Lines initiative will help our bees and other pollinating insects by restoring and connecting wildflower-rich areas across the country.

Today the wildlife charity is launching the new B-Lines map which provides a plan to help our declining pollinators. 

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Buzzing hotspot in Bristol wins Bees Needs Award 2018

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We are delighted to have supported a Bees’ Needs award winning community project in Bristol as part of the Urban Buzz project. Working with South Gloucestershire Council and community groups, Patchway Common has been transformed into a buzzing wildflower meadow.

Representatives from the council were presented the award at Kew Gardens, hosted by Defra and Green Flag Award in recognition of the collaborative effort of local people to create a haven for bees, butterflies, hoverflies and other pollinating insects.

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