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Ardingly, Haywards Heath, West Sussex


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In the last 100 years we have lost around three-quarters of our honey bee colonies. The situation is even worse for many species of bumble bee and butterfly.

One of the key factors in this decline is a lack of forage. Much of our countryside is dominated by wind-pollinated crops or ryegrass, and we have lost 97% of our ancient hay meadows.

But there are simple, cost- effective solutions that can increase the wildlife value of almost any piece of land, and not just for pollinators.

'...the wildflowers that have been planted on the verge at the top of College Road have given us much pleasure throughout the summer months. They have been such a delight...'

'Margaret and I were passing by the afore-mentioned flower verge in Ardingly only an hour ago, and it took our breath away! So, so beautiful.'

'Your wildflower verges have been wonderful...'

'Thank you so much for your outstanding work...'


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