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It’s going to start buzzing in Birmingham

Biffa, Buglife, Birmingham, Bees, Bristol a lot of b’s all add up to Urban Buzz, an eight city project to create habitat for pollinators.  Today Buglife are launching this ambitious new program of activity that will work with local people in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Plymouth and York to design and deliver flower rich areas to benefit bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

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It’s going to start buzzing in Plymouth

Urban Buzz is an eight city project to create habitat for pollinators.  This ambitious new program of activity will work with local people in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester, Plymouth and York to design and deliver flower rich areas to benefit bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

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It’s going to start buzzing in York

Biffa, Buglife, bees and butterflies – that’s a lot of b’s all adding to the excitement of Urban Buzz, an eight city project to create habitat for pollinators.  Today Buglife are launching this ambitious new program of activity that will work with local people in York, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Ipswich, Leeds, Leicester and Plymouth to design and deliver flower rich areas to benefit bees, butterflies and other pollinators.

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Bringing England’s wildlife ‘back from the brink’ of extinction

More than 100 species of England’s most threatened wildlife could be saved from extinction thanks to a new £4.6 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

HLF has approved the development stage and provided initial funding for ‘Back from the Brink’, a partnership project that brings together a range of conservation organisations to focus on protecting key threatened species – such as the grey long-eared bat, pasque flower, sand lizard, and Duke of Burgundy butterfly – from extinction.

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Dunfermline Pupils Rescue Scottish Pollinators

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This autumn, pupils from St. Columba’s High School participated in a Fife-wide community project called ‘Fife’s Buzzing’ run by wildlife charity Buglife in partnership with Fife Council. Enthusiastic members of the St. Columba’s Eco-group helped create new wildflower-rich pollinator habitat in Dunfermline’s Public Park.

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