Bees Bees are so important because they pollinate 75 per cent of our crops. That means a lot of our food sources wouldn t be there if we didn t have
bees are to 70 types of crops in the UK which rely on bees to pollinate them.
Bees are important because they pollinate a third of everything we eat and play
Shannon Blount Cat Taylor from Off The Record supported me with this Fix. Bee Daws Gloucester, Gloucestershire Bee Daws
Wiltshire schoolgirls on a mission to protect bees
Bee Daws, from Gloucester, first suffered depression when she was at university.
'I was feeling lost and unmotivated and like I wasn't worth anything. All those dark feelings were
bee population in decline, Freya is encouraging people to take action. Bees pollinate 75 per cent of our crops and without them we d lose a lot of our food
bees and rear small animals.
At the minute, there are just a few vegetables and chickens. Later on we want to try to get ducks and geese,' Jack explains.
bee stings and that will cause them to go into anaphylactic shock.
My biggest hope for my Fixers project is to get the message across that you don t have
bee stings that causes them to go into anaphylactic shock.
When I have an attack, I have anaphylactic-like symptoms, but the doctors don t really know why it happens
Thanks to Rosa Alice Truelove who helped with the illustrations in our booklet.
Pre-VENT 14-19 in Merthyr Tydfil
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