BFT Launches Sculpture Competition at London Bridge

Calling all artists and creatives! How would you like your artworks to be seen my the masses, on display at London Bridge Rail Station, London? The Bee Friendly Trust has launched a nationwide competition to create a unique sculpture for the rail station, that captures the essence of the honey bee. The sculpture, to be […]

Watford Junction, Hertfordshire

When we were approached by London Northwestern Railway to breathe life into the brick-built planters of Watford Junction Rail Station, we couldn’t wait to get started. A joint project with the station, we worked alongside staff and volunteers to prep the planters then filled them with fresh soil and compost and planted them with hundreds […]

Coram’s Fields Wildlife Garden #2, London

Coram’s Fields is a children’s charity that serves as a safe place for all children to play, as well as offering an after school and holiday programme and youth centre for 13-29-year-olds, in the heart of London. On the opposite side of the site to our current wildlife garden, an area of neglected space was […]

Bee Friendly Planting Projects Win Awards

Let’s hear it for the bees! We’re buzzing with excitement, this month, because not only one – but three! – of our bee-friendly wildlife planting projects received an award. Our station gardens at Alresford Rail Station, Essex and Sudbury Town Rail Station, London plus the youth centre garden at Coram’s Fields, London have all received […]

Bee-inspired jewellery to raise money for Britain’s bees

Supporting Britain’s bees and pollinators just got easier – and stylish. From this week, we are pleased to announce a new partnership with British jewellery brand Gemondo.  The brand, which prides itself for its ethically-sourced gemstone jewellery, is donating 10% from sales from its Honeycomb Collection to our bee-friendly planting projects. From rings to bracelets, […]