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Green&Blue Sep 18
Replying to @chirvvin
Hi Charlotte, we're based in Perranporth in Cornwall.. let us know if we can help. Mixture or Cornish and relocated to Cornwall within our team.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
All the Buzz. No 7. Bee in the city, design and birds, birds, birds! -
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Green&Blue Sep 17
The houseplant supermarket revolution - and how to bag a bargain via
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Green&Blue Sep 17
Wishing we could go to this, and very keen to get a viewing set up in Cornwall. Meanwhile though, London based people do make sure you go along next Monday if you can.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
We would absolutely love to see it in Cornwall and know lots of others who would too. Hope the London event goes well.
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Chris Packham Sep 8
Here are 15 species why you should get up on September 22nd and Walk for Wildlife in Hyde Park . . . Our wildlife needs us , and it needs us more than ever . . . Caring is not enough - take action and make a difference Please RT
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Green&Blue Sep 17
Video tutorial coming soon, and as I say more research too.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
Hi Sarah - this is certainly an area that we building more research into as there is a lot of different info out there. Currently, we suggest that if you want to clean out Bee Bricks you ensure cavities are empty or 'failed' and then use a pipecleaner to give a thorough clean.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
Hopefully they will soon Kate! We had a pretty busy season for both red mason and leafcutters this year with newly sighted Bee Bricks at our new studio, which was good after a poor Summer last year.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
This would also be a great thread to pick up for the next from Tuesday 2nd October 11-12.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
But as I say, we are certainly researching this further. Bee Bricks obviously avoid a lot of the issues that wood has due to the material and are inspired by the way historically bees have nested in masonry for many years.
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Green&Blue Sep 17
This is certainly an area that we are looking to build more research into as there is a lot of different info out there. Currently we suggest that if you want to clean out Bee Bricks you ensure cavities are empty or 'failed' and then use a pipecleaner to give a thorough clean.
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Will Hawkes Sep 12
We're seeing lots of these beautiful Isodontia mexicana wasps heading south over our Pyrenean mountain pass, so interesting if they are migrating! These wasps are actually invasive and use grasshoppers to feed their young!
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Solitary Bee Week Sep 11
Important news - join us for a celebration of solitary bees right here on twitter when we bring back on Tuesday 2nd October 11-12
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Green&Blue Sep 11
This looks a great event if you can make it to Bristol on the 29th September.
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Emily Doorish Jul 3
That hour went far too quickly! All our bees need help, but we owe a huge thank you to our for their contributions to pollination. To find out more, please follow spread the word, and help where you can 🐝
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Green&Blue Sep 10
Green&Blue aren't at or this week, instead, we're heads down, tea drinking and working on product development for 2019.
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Green&Blue Sep 10
Happy to announce that Gree&Blue are powered by 100% green energy thanks to the wonderful folk
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Green&Blue Sep 7
Fancy getting into the garden this weekend but want to be a ? Check out our guide to managing your garden jobs for nature and in September
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Green&Blue Sep 7
40 minutes very well spent!
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