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Bee Friendly Skep Project Attingham Park Bee Bunting

As part of our Bee Friendly Skep Project, we’re asking everyone to create a “bee” that we can display at Attingham Park next May to coincide with the Bee Friendly Skep Project’s exhibition of painted skeps.

Each bee will be placed on the Bee Lawn in front of Attingham’s Georgian Bee House creating a unique, handmade colony of bees!

Perhaps you might transform an old toilet roll cardboard tube into a bee with googly eyes and wings. Or you might paint a cardboard plate. You might even use wool to create a pom pom bee. Or you might draw a bee on a paper hexagon to join the Bee Friendly Trust’s Bee Bunting.

Here are some examples of what you could do to make a bee! Step-by-steps, coming soon!