The Nottingham Bee Banquet
Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM (GMT)
Nottingham, United Kingdom
2013 has been a bumper year for our crops this year, all thanks to our beautiful bees pollinating!
Organised by Nottingham Friends of the Earth, the Nottingham Bee Banquet is a local gathering to celebrate the brilliance of bees, complete with a FREE spread of bee-pollinated food, all donated by local allotments and city farms.
The government have decided to create a Bee Action Plan to help our pollinators. To be effective, the Bee Action Plan must help all bees and tackle all causes of bee decline. It must cover the whole of the UK and include ambitious action such as:
- Flower-rich meadows protected and restored in every county
- Helping farmers protect crops using fewer pesticides
- Every park and verge to provide space for bees
Please sign our petition to Bees Minister Lord de Mauley:
When & Where
Nottingham Friends of the Earth
Nottingham group of Friends of the Earth. We meet on the last Tuesday of each month (except August and December), 7.30pm, in the Committee Room at the Nottingham Friends Meeting House.