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Our “Meet The Bees” event at Winnersh Triangle is always fully booked. We invite our community to become a beekeeper for a lunchtime and discover the significant impact our hives have on enhancing the business park’s biodiversity.

Bees, especially honeybees, are critical pollinators for fruits, vegetables, and nuts. About one-third of the food we eat is pollinated primarily by bees. And so, giving nature a helping hand with our hives is important for helping to promote the local eco system and montioring the health of the bee population.

With are hives abuzz and our wildflowers meadows shortly ready to bloom, there’s plenty for them to feed upon. All being well, we look forward to a honey harvest in late summer. Did you know a single beehive can produce anywhere from 20 to 60 pounds of honey annually depending on local weather, floral sources, and hive health?

It’s important to play our part for the planet and as you’ll see when you walk around Winnersh Triangle, there’s quite a few initiatives across the business park to help promote the local wildlife.

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