Bees in the City: A talk by Stuart Roberts

Bees in the City: A talk by Stuart Roberts Wool-carder Bee Photo: Maria Lafermina

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 - 18:30 to 20:00

Booking: Booking required. Please contact the museum.
Cost:

£8 Members, £10 Non-Members

Most people associate bees with the open countryside, but towns and cities provide many opportunities for our wild pollinators. In fact, there is a colony of feral bees in the museum Director’s chimney! Stuart Roberts is a Salisbury based entomologist, Trustee of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust and former Chairman of the National Recording Society for Bees (BWARS) and his talk will reveal how gardens, allotments, parks and waste ground support a wide variety of these important, but often overlooked, species.

For more information about bees in Salisbury and the Bee City Project click here Secret Garden Salisbury 

Fundraising event