Champion the bee – how you can save this amazing creature

Bee count

Nature-lovers are being urged by environmentalists, bee scientists and wildlife gardening experts to help the nation’s under-threat bees by creating pollinator-friendly gardens, schools and neighbourhoods, ahead of this year’s Great British Bee Count (19 May-30 June 2017). Now in its fourth year, the Great British Bee Count inspires members of … more

What’s new at the IKON Gallery Birmingham

IKON

  Black Country Voyages  Summer 2015 Converted narrow boat tours the Black Country canals Project links young people with Black Country arts, heritage and cultural organisations Lead artist Jacques Nimki presents The Black Apotheca Summer events include BCNS summer boat gathering, International Festival of Glass, Stourbridge, and community festivals Floating your … more

Whiteleaf Hill & Whiteleaf Cross – walks and picnic site

Whiteleaf Hill, near Princes Risborough

A large area of chalk grassland and woodland on top of the Chilterns escarpment with amazing views and archaeological features. Car park, picnic site, waymarked walks. Whiteleaf Hill (and nearby Brush Hill) offer good wheelchair access along firm, level paths through woodland which lead to firm grassy areas with viewpoints. … more