“March of the Bees” is a project aimed at community involvement awareness and education about bees. The aim is to target young people, schools, families and community groups, to raise interest and awareness about the current decline, problems and issues facing bees and what can be done locally and at home to help. The project [...]
It was great to see such an enthusiastic response to our International bug hunt, this was in partnership with the University of Plymouth’s student Union, so we set off to meet Tracy at the SU. The weather looked a bit menacing in the morning but we were lucky and it held off a downpour and [...]
What a great day the Royal Entomological Societies (RES) Insect Festival turned out to be! Not that we ever doubted it. For those of you who don’t know about Insect festival it is a bi-annual event held in York, The aim of Insect Festival is to raise public awareness of insects and entomology, a great [...]
Wow what luck with the weather, it was just right for our workshop at KEVICC’s today. Today PUPA was at KEVICC’s in Totnes for a spot of bug hunting and mini-beast madness we couldn’t have picked a better spot if we tried. KEVICC’s has a fantastic forest school outside classroom which we were able to [...]
July 2nd - 7th 2012
A week of fun Bee activities for National Insect Week
Join workshops each day to learn about the bees; Why are they so important? Why are they in trouble? What is the fuss about & what can we do to help them?
Then Come Join “March of the Bees Parade” and the “Bee Tea Party” in Plymouth City Centre on
Saturday 7th July!
More information here.