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Pollinate your Field/Garden

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Give bee colonies a home

Why not introduce one or several bee colony/colonies to your site? By doing so, you will help us to regenerate bee populations and to take action to tackle the causes of pollinator loss.

One hive can accommodate a colony of 50,000 bees. One bee will travel up to 3 miles on average to forage, where bees forage and pollinate 4 billion flowers on average a year (1,300 tons of apples, 800 tons of pears, 128 tons of cherries, etc.). While doing so, they fertilise these plants and help to preserve biodiversity.

The practical side

You don't have to worry about a thing! Together we will manage all the aspects associated with your bee colony and in complete safety at that.

The bees can be positioned on the ground if there is enough space to leave a safe distance or on a flat roof.

Before launching into any project, we carry out a feasibility study free of charge to check whether the environment is suitable for bee colonies and to ensure that the colonies are suitable for the environment! We take care to only introduce bees that are in the area already whether they be the black, Buckfast or Carniolan honey bees.

Involve people

Anyone interested (staff, schools,) will be invited to lend a helping hand with the colonies when the  beekeepers come to pay them a visit!

Beekeeping courses can also be organised.

There are numerous bee species (Apoidea). In England alone, more than 380 species have been identified. Among those, you have bumblebees and Osmia bees.

Wild bees and honeybees are essential to our ecosystems. Their ecological and morphological characteristics make them complementary actors in the preservation of our environment.

In England, only one subspecies produces honey, i.e. Apis mellifera L.

Honeybees live in colonies of several thousand individuals, giving them tremendous pollination potential.