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The World of UK Bees: Solitary and social
Somerset Wildlife Trust
7.30-9pm Friday 22nd September 2017

Dr Cathy Horsley, Conservation Officer SW for Bumblebee Conservation Trust & lead on West Country Buzz project will give insight into needs of UK bees, their natural histories, how to recognise them, and how to encourage them into your garden.

Parish Hall, North Street, Ilminster TA19 0DG.
Parking at roadside or town car-parks. Everyone welcome. Tea & coffee available. SWT & BCT items for sale.
Enquiries 01460 234551.
No charge for children. Adult members £2, non-members £3

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