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Bumblebee news - September 2017 e-news from the Bumblebee Conservation Trust

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September 2017- News in Brief
Fact of the Month

Once new bumblebee queens have mated, they find a nice snug north facing bank in which to dig themselves into for a winter nap. They choose cold north facing banks to avoid being woken up early by the winter sun. They will emerge the following spring once temperatures begin to rise.

Photo: Bilberry bumblebee (Bombus monticola)
Pollinating the Peak summer update
So far the fabulous Pollinating the Peak team and our incredible volunteers have engaged with nearly 7,000 members of the public over a whopping 24 days at summer events!

The team kicked off the events in partnership with Derby Museum, encouraging children to get hands on with science, and adventuring down the river on bumblebee safaris to learn how to spot and ID bumblebees. Next was the biggest event of the summer, RHS Chatsworth – 6 days and over 5,000 people now more aware of the plight of the bumblebee. This was followed by an Open Gardens event which linked brilliantly into National Meadows Day followed by the 'Superhero' picnic staged in the oldest park in Britain.

To add to the success of this summer, we have also recruited the fabulous Annie, as Pollinating the Peak’s new Project Assistant. 

We would like to say a huge thank you to our dedicated volunteers who have given over 29 days of their precious time to help make our summer events a success. We are massively encouraged by the amount of engagement from local communities and schools around Derbyshire which will be key to the success of this project.

For more information on this project, or how you can get involved, visit Pollinating the Peak
The Anima Event
The Anima Event - Animals, the Earth & Us, created to inspire & inform.

Join the Bumblebee Conservation Trust at the Anima Event Brockenhurst Village Hall in Hampshire on Saturday 30 September between 10am - 5pm.

There will be over 30 stalls including workshops, talks, films and art exhibitions & all of the exhibitors at the event are addressing this issue in their own way, helping us all to have a gentler footprint on the planet which we share. See how you can take action by joining us & other organisations on the front line. 

For more information on this event visit: Anima Event
#Beesonstrike
We recently showcased on our social media channels what life might be like if pollinators decided to down their tools and stop working. #BeesOnStrike aimed to get people thinking about what life would be like without our most loyal insect civil servants, and what we can all do to improve their working conditions. If you missed it, our Science & Policy Officer Darryl Cox recently wrote a blog for Vivienne Westwood on how this would impact us. You can read the blog here. Alternatively, take a look at how you can help our bumblebees at #Beesonstrike
The BIG bumblebee life 'cycle' 

You've heard of the 'bumblebee lifecycle' - now meet the bumblebee life 'cycle' team! 

Introducing Bumblebee Conservation Trust employees Gill, Nigel, Helen & Laura who will collectively be cycling over 150 miles between them in the Wiggle New Forest 100 this Saturday 16 September to raise funds for the bumblebees. Our target is £2,500! We have already raised a whopping £835 and would love you to show your support. Considering our ages together are 183 years (sshhh!) we think this a great challenge! 

If you would like to support us, then visit our JustGiving page.
If you are a member, don't forget to sign up for the Bombus Review - our scientific newsletter! Email: enquiries@bumblebeeconservation.org
Don't miss our latest guest blog by Stuart Attwood of Total Contact Equine Solutions 

Stuart discusses a seemingly unlikely double act: Of the birds and the bees . . . oh and horses too! 
Read more.
Stay in touch with social media!

Whether it's Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, we have our project accounts too:

Bumblebee Conservation Trust on Twitter:
@BumblebeeTrust
Bumblebee Conservation Trust on Facebook: Bumblebee Conservation Trust
Bumblebee Conservation Trust on Instagram:
bumblebeeconservationtrust
Pollinating the Peak on Twitter: @BuzzingPeak
West Country Buzz on Twitter @BuzzingDevon
Bee Wild West Wales on Twitter @BuzzingWales
Not already a member of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust? Why not join today for as little as £20. Our membership prices will be increasing this month, so take advantage of the lower rate for the first year if you sign-up now! If you are unable to join now, don't worry, as our new membership rates will still be reasonable and you too can help save the sound of summer anytime of the year!

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