A disused council yard is to be literally transformed into a hive of activity as…

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A disused council yard is to be literally transformed into a hive of activity as a mini eco-space is created to teach the community about biodiversity and encourage pollinators such as bees to visit.

Hives will be one feature of the new space at the north end of Brooklands Park as will the creation of a small orchard, a herb garden, wildlife habitats, a bug hotel and planting schemes.

At the centre of the project, called ‘Bees&Seas’ will be new shipping containers, donated by Lancing-based Sussex Transport, and used as classrooms and workshops spaces to help people understand the importance of encouraging biodiversity to help green spaces thrive and help in the fight against climate change.

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