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Creating our Bee World!

27 September 2014 from 11:00am – 3:00pm

Calling all volunteers to help us clear some ground and sow some seeds to create a Bee World ready to bloom in the spring! Bring a spade, shovel or fork, and a picnic too, for a lovely afternoon socialising and doing your bit for the bees. We'd love to see you there!

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Bees Tea guests pledge to help local bees

On November 17 2013 Sunday’s ‘Bee Tea’ event was organised by Alex Payne at her Grandmother Sylvia Smith’s home in Summercourt Square, Kingswinford. Alex explained to more than 20 people how bees are vital for pollinating flowers, plants and crops and how their disappearance would have a devastating impact on food production.

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Primary school in Halesowen plant a bee-friendly garden

On Friday 5 June 2013 members of the Friends of the Earth Dudley group went to help plant some bee-friendly flowers in the bee garden of a primary school in Halesowen. It was a lovely sunny day and plenty of children wanting to help plant the flowers. There were lots of other activities going on as well for the children to learn about the importance of bees.

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Bee Cause primary school visit

Friday 14 June 2013 Guy Sheppard and I went to a primary school in Halesowen for the whole day. We did a pantomime of why we need bees in the whole school assembly. We then did different activities in the classrooms in the morning with Year 3 & 4. The activities included making model bees, making bee hotels and the waggle dance.
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Take the plunge For The Wave

With the crucial UN climate summit in Copenhagen drawing closer, tens of thousands of people are expected to head to London demonstrate their support for a safe climate future for all.The Wave will take place on Saturday December 5 and, for those who would like to take part there are a few members from Dudley &
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