Usually our members are out and about at events talking about how amazing bees are and their importance as pollinators. However, this year has been like no other!
Finally though we got the opportunity to visit the amazingly beautiful baroque gardens at Castle Bromwich. Re-discovered in and brought back to life in the 1980s the gardens are well worth a visit.
Over two weekends Sam, Diana, Jan, Jane and an observation hive of around 3,000 bees visited the 350 year-old garden. In the late summer sunshine we talked to lots of visitors who were eager to find out more about bees. We enjoyed the ‘afternoon tea in a box’, the amazing apple orchards, enormous pumpkins and marvelled at the bee friendly borders.
A perfect day and we hope to be invited back next year.
Hello. I’m interested in my brother in law and daughter to go on this course. Can you give me some information on times ect many thank kathy
If you have a look at our learning page you’ll find contact details for both Matineau and Winterbourne who are currently running courses