Bees are under threat and without them so is our food supply and economy. You can help by making your home and garden bee-friendly. You can also get involved in the Great British Bee Count.

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  1. Field Guide to the Bees of Great Britain and Ireland by Steven Falk

    Field Guide to the Bees of Great Britain and Ireland by Steven Falk

    £35.00
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    A ground-breaking new resource for identifying all species of bee in Britain, Ireland and the Channel Islands. Aimed at people new to the bee world through to experienced bee recorders and observers, this up-to-date and user-friendly guide provides the latest information on the ecology, status and distribution of over 270 species.  Fully illustrated with superb artworks and stunning photographs.

    Paperback
    Extent: 432pp
    Illustrations: over 1,000 colour and black & white artworks and more than 700 photographs
     

     

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  2. Urban Bee Box

    Urban Bee Box

    £24.70
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    Perfectly designed to attract bees and other insects. The outer shell of the nester is made from Clayplas+, which is a composite material of clay and recycled plastics. This material is very durable and also attractive.

    The shell has dual keyhole hanging points to allow the nester to be hung square on or as a diamond to suit.

    Size: 16cm x 16cm.   Learn More

  3. Bee and Bug Sanctuary

    Bee and Bug Sanctuary

    £19.50
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    Three chambers provide ideal overwintering habitats for ladybirds and lacewings, and homes for solitary bees and other beneficial insects during summer and winter. Comes with a free bee guide and seed pack. Can stand on its feet or be hung on a tree, fence or wall.

    Height: 25cm   Learn More

  4. Bee Friendly Tea Towel

    Bee Friendly Tea Towel

    £9.95
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    This stunning tea towel is a guide to bee friendly plants for each season, helping you plant flowers to encourage bees and other pollinating insects to your garden. A perfect gift for gardeners, nature-lovers and anyone looking for stylish, eco-friendly products for the home. Designed, made and printed in the UK.   Learn More
  5. Field Guide to the Bees of Britain

    Field Guide to the Bees of Britain

    £5.99
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    Much requested 8-page chart showing 28 species of bee.   Learn More
  6. Bee Pollinating Log

    Bee Pollinating Log

    £18.00
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    This Bee Pollinating Log replicates the typical home for solitary bees, including the mason bee, as well as a variety of over-wintering insects. Vital for pollinating fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers, these bees are non-swarming and non-aggressive and are safe with children. The Log is made from solid FSC timber and is filled with natural cane nesting tubes for the bees. The Log can be hung on a wall or from trees using the strengthened seagrass ropes.   Learn More
  7. Honey Bath Melt Bar

    Honey Bath Melt Bar

    £4.80
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    This bath melt is made in the UK from cocoa butter, shea butter and coconut oil, blended with British honey. When added to your bath it releases the infused honey and nut butters as a luxurious oil. Sumptuous! Weight: 80g. Size: 15cm x 7cm.   Learn More
  8. DIY Candle and Greeting Card Set

    DIY Candle and Greeting Card Set

    £3.95
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    A beautifully designed card, sheet of beeswax and wick so the recipient can roll their own candle.   Learn More
  9. Beeswax Candles in Clay D-light Pots

    Beeswax Candles in Clay D-light Pots

    £8.50
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    A dainty set of ten beeswax tealights (or D-lights). Poured in clay pots and scented with lavender.   Learn More
  10. The Beeman by Laura Krebs

    The Beeman by Laura Krebs

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    Find out where honey comes from as Grandpa the Beeman teaches the basics of beekeeping to his young grandson. This rhyming story includes endnotes full of essential facts about bees, beekeeping, honey and the vital part bees play in the natural world. Ages 5-9 years.   Learn More

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