Support the Bees&Seas Project

Posted on 20 April 2021

The Bees&Seas is a local project born from a common passion for ‘wildlife’ and ‘connecting communities’ with nature across land and sea. Friends of Brooklands Park, Creative Waves and We Are FoodPioneers have come together to combine expertise, skill and passion to create a community beekeeping project, pollination hub and educational training space in the heart of Brooklands Park, between Worthing and Lancing. The council recently awarded them a disused urban council yard that sits outside the local council’s Brooklands master plan. And they plan to transform it throughout 2021 into an ecological, natural asset for the local community.

To raise the much needed funds for the Bees&Seas project, We Are FoodPioneers have set up a Spacehive Crowdfunder and they really need your support for additional funding to bring the project alive, maintain the hives, develop the green space, and importantly run a series of workshops for local children and the community as a whole.

If you are in a position to do so, any small donation to the crowdfunder would be very much appreciated and will go directly into this great local community project.

For more info & to donate: https://www.spacehive.com/beesandseas & https://www.foodpioneers.org.uk/projects/bees-and-seas/

 

 

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Great news. Whereabouts in Worthing will you be please?

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Dominique Holly Fullerton-McIntyre Thank you. Zx

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Noval Noval ^ see above comment xx

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