St Helens Council’s Ranger Service is positively buzzing with excitement ahead of its Bee Safari events this summer.
Residents are welcome to join the Rangers and Ben Hargreaves, Lancashire Wildlife Trust Bee Officer at safaris in Bankes, Nanny Goat and Forsters parks, to find out about the types of bees found in our local parks, and the vital role the vibrant insects play in our ecosystems.
You’ll also have the opportunity to make your very own loo-roll bee!
Full event details below:
Wednesday, 22 July – Bankes Park, 1pm start from main car park.
Wednesday, 29 July – Nanny Goat Park, 1pm start from noticeboard.
Wednesday, 5 August – Forsters Park, 1pm start from car park.
For more information, contact the Ranger Service on 01744 677 772.