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Make a Pledge to Feel the Buzz!

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What will you do to help our bees?

You can make a real difference by pledging your support to help Derbyshire’s bees – maybe you are going to plant a wildflower garden at home or in the work place, perhaps your school is will be building homes for bees maybe you are pledging to ban pesticides from your garden. Whatever, it is, here is the place to let us know. Please complete the form below.

To get some ideas from others who have already Made the Pledge, please see below to see what the Derbyshire community have been doing to save our bees.

Click here to Make the Pledge.

Who is Feeling the Buzz so far....

  • Weleda UK Ltd, based in Ilkeston, have very generously donated £15,000 to help us start this appeal
  • Graduates from Rolls-Royce Plc are supporting us to deliver Feel the Buzz
  • Accrofab Ltd in Spondon are Feeling the Buzz by gifting 30 buzz boxes to a local school
  • Rock Fall UK in Alfreton are Feeling the Buzz by selling buzz boxes through their shop and taking part in our corporate fundraising challenge
  • EPC-UK Ltd are Feeling the Buzz and taking part in our corporate fundraising challenge
  • Longcliffe Quarries Ltd are Feeling the Buzz and purchasing buzz boxes for their staff
  • The Heights of Abraham are having a week's worth of activities to get Derbyshire buzzing at the end of May
  • Peak District Mines Historical Society will continue to maintain the natural wild flower grassland around Magpie Mine which is always buzzing with bees
  • Peak District Lead Mining Museum will be maintaining the "wild" plants around Temple Mine, where they are visted by lots of bees
  • Lubrizol Ltd are Feeling the Buzz having planted a wildflower meadow at the start of the year and positioning Bug Hotels around site too. They also plan to up-cycle materials on site at their Fun Day in June by getting employee's children to make their very own Bug Hotels
  • Renishaw Hall & Gardens have replanted borders in the garden with more flowering plants to encourage more bees