Oxford Bee Fest 2016 - 7th May

On Saturday, 7 May Oxford Friends of the Earth are holding Oxford Bee Fest 2016: In celebration of bees and pollination! at the Natural History Museum.

This festival will include the second Oxford Bee Summit (in the morning) and stalls/activities in the afternoon. The event ties in with the Kurt Jackson exhibition (starting 18 March) at the museum and will integrate with a number of the museum's other planned activities around bees.

The Summit (10 am-1 pm) will include a keynote talk (speaker TBC), several talks showcasing local pollinator-friendly action, followed by a 1 hour workshop to explore how we can establish a network of bee champions in Oxford/Oxfordshire and what this could potentially look like. The Oxford Bee Fest is open to the public, including the Summit (registration required - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/2nd-oxford-bee-summit-tickets-22333026684).

In the afternoon (2-5pm) there will be stalls (e.g. beekeeping, honey products, information on planting and pesticides) to be held on the front lawn with more activities planned inside the museum. (e.g.storytelling)

For more information see www.oxfoe.co.uk