We are an environmental non-profit organisation.

Our mission is to communicate the value of pollinators through education, conservation and awareness raising.

We conduct a number of school visits that include a beekeeper, a live hive of bees, an artist / maker and a presenter. Helping children to be inspired and excited about the environment is so important for the future of biodiversity.

Committed to positive environmental change, BeeBristol encourages everyone to create new forage and habitat for pollinators. When we can, we create new wildflower meadows and contribute to feed the bees that feed us.

Festivals and events are a fantastic place to interact with the public and spread the word about the importance of pollinators. Sign up and join us as a volunteer on planting days, invite to your event or send us a donation :)

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From a giant 14ft permanent piece of street art to a project working with Bristol University and At-Bristol science centre, BeeBristol keeps busy finding new and interesting projects to support. If you have a project idea, we'd love to hear it.

BeeBristol is a volunteer led, non-profit organisation and we really appreciate your support. If you'd like to work with BeeBristol then get in touch, we're always interested to hear from other like minded organisations and individuals.

Find out a bit about us, who we are and who we work with. Also take a look at BeeBristol in the press.. As a young organisation, we're very proud of what we've achieved so far and are looking forward to creating even more of a buzz! 

Test footage for upcoming project. Edited in After Effects and Premiere. Text made with Cinema 4D. Music by Josh Reichental https://joshreichental.com Follow the project by liking BeeBristol on facebook 

Join Heather and investigate the hard work that goes into making honey. Written and Presented by Heather Nichol Filming and Editing - Jim Lampard - Music by Bensound

Live from the Hive is an initiative from At-Bristol, BeeBristol and University of Bristol that aims to engage people with the lives of honeybees through innovative use of technology and social media.

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