This is the launch of Bee Roads, a collaborative project between the farmers of the Marlborough Downs Space for Nature and Transition Marlborough which aims to get everyone across the Downs talking about bees and other pollinators. This evening will start the discussion, and consider why pollinators are so important to us, how they share our landscape, why they need our support, and what we can do to restore a healthy pollinator population on the Downs. Speakers will include Rebecca Twigg, founder of the award-winning Salisbury Secret Garden and Bee Trail, and Hugh Warwick, award-winning author of Linescapes: Remapping and Reconnecting Britain's Fragmented Wildlife. Do join us for what promises to be the beginning of an exciting journey on the Bee Road!
Please note: As numbers are limited, you need to book a ticket to secure a place. We cannot guarantee there'll be spare seats on the night.
Tuesday 17th April 2018 from 7pm to 9pm at Marlborough Town Hall.
Free entry, but booking is highly recommended - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bee-roads-on-the-marlborough-downs-tickets-43086774703?aff=erelpanelorg