The Bosavern Community Bee Garden and Bee Ed-Shed is being built between March and October with a grant from Grow Wild UK – through Kew Gardens.

The project is to enable young people to connect with nature through the sowing of native wildflowers.

Something’s buzzing at Bosavern

As bees are one of the planet’s top priorities right now we are creating a beautiful and buzzing bee garden- with beekeeping training apiary and a bee education shed which will house 2 observation hives where we can home happy bees and educate people about the links between flowers, pollinators, food and people.

Get involved!

In 2015 an ambitious community project created imaginative individual areas within the bee garden- among them a living wall mural and a huge herb hexagon which is buzzing with pollinators during the Summer. A wildlife gardening group meets every Monday morning to maintain the garden and create wildlife friendly habitats. Turn up and 10am and join in!

Partners

We have several partners in the project already who have very generously offered to donate their time and skills to making the project extra special- and we are looking for a couple more- if you would like to become a partner and have specific skills or time to give then get in touch.

Sponsors

We have invited local business, trades people and individuals to support our bee-education centre to help make it a really special community asset.

Many thanks to our sponsors for their valuable support:

  • Wilkins & Company Estate Agents, St.Just
  • JM Landscaping and Maintenance
  • Vision Arts Tin

If you would like to be a sponsor, please get in touch on the contact number below.

Keep up to date with the project

Throughout the project there will be intermittent events, meetings, talks, and of course lots of fun activities and outdoors work- we hope you will join us

Keep up to date with our progress by visiting our Grow Wild profile page, joining our facebook group Grow Wild @ Bosavern Community Farm, or best of all by coming to the farm to get involved. Contact the Farm for more information on 01736 788454 or email info@bosaverncommunityfarm.org.uk.