Do join us for a sociable evening of festivities – bring a friend or two – All Welcome! Lizzie Pellowe from the National Trust’s Shugborough Estate will be joining us to talk about how we can garden environmentally. Amongst the ideas she will be sharing with us are How your garden can be a C02 […]Read more
Do join us and bring a friend or two. This is a free event but donations will be requested for the BumbleBee Conservation Trust SinCH is proud to be linked with local Bumblebee Conservation Trust volunteers and over 50 people attended our evening talk last year given by local expert Ron Rock – please see […]Read more
The BumbleBee Conservation Trust is running a big campaign called Bee the Change which all about simple, quick ways you can make your postcode more bumblebee-friendly. So Let’s Bee the Change! By the way, if you missed Ron’s talk last year a summary is available in our blog here. What’s the problem? According to the […]Read more
On 8th July almost 50 local people attended a fascinating talk at the Memorial Hall by Ron Rock. Many people wanted to come but weren’t able to so here is a summary of the highlights about
• Why bees are important.
• What the types are and some interesting facts.
• Most importantly, how we can best support bees in our community.
The event will help to raise awareness of the essential role bees and other pollinators play in our and the planet’s survival and how we can better look after their survival. Bees are vital in keeping up the health of our ecosystem, so we need to give them the biggest chance possible to thrive. A […]Read more
We’ll depart from the Lamb & Flag car park, walk up Coley Lane and Coley Grove and through the beautiful field which is now alive with grasses, buttercups and other wildflowers. From the top of the field on to Coley Lane and then via Harry Horton’s Lane (an old Green Lane). We’ll cross the A51 […]Read more
World Bee Day first came about in 2017 after the United Nations adopted the celebration from the Slovenian Beekeepers Association. The event raises awareness of the essential role bees and other pollinators play in our and the planet’s survival. As well as championing their hard work in keeping our ecosystems alive, the event shines a […]Read more