“To be(e) or not to be(e)…”

OK – Shakespeare was highly unlikely to have been thinking of pollinators when he penned these famous words from Hamlet, but times have changed considerably since then and the plight of bees, butterflies and other insects that play such an important part in the ecosystem is a subject that should concern us all.

There can’t be many people who are unaware of the recent media coverage of the planet’s environmental problems. While some of the challenges may require major changes in lifestyles and some solutions will have to be driven by governments and world agencies, many have been thinking what we as individuals can do to help and it is with this in mind that The Arundel Bee Project has been launched.

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Posted on: 14 July 2020

Arundel Bee Projects


Plans are being made for a series of talks, presentations and workshops to be held over the coming year featuring a wide range of topics including how to grow wild flower meadows, the basics of bee keeping, how to create a pollinator friendly environment and much more. In July 2021 we are hoping to host […]

Posted on: 14 July 2020

Arundel Bee project


Initiatives that have been discussed and in some cases are already underway include: The formation of a Community Apiary where residents can learn more about bees. This will be located in Herington Field, at the far end of the Community Orchard. Fenced off to create a protected area, the apiary will contain a number of […]

Posted on: 14 July 2020