Future Events and Workshops


Saturday 12th October – Rosary Cemetery Open Day

We’re really looking forward to taking Ivy Bee information stand to east Norwich on this October Saturday to spread the word about this new bee to our city! We’ll see if we can spot any Ivy Bees and tell folks about our iNaturalist project where they can record sightings.

Tuesday 22nd October – Norwich Science Festival

Okay so the Norwich Science Festival is the event we’ve been looking forward to! We’re going to have a stand at The Forum with a whole range of bee related activities, information and fun. You’ll be able to make bee hotels out of mugs, hardback books or old terracotta pots and find out more about Ivy Bees. Can’t wait to see you there!

Past Events and Workshops


World Bee Day – Helen Jukes in conversation with Dan Harris

On Monday 20th May 2019 we were privileged to welcome Helen Jukes to Norwich to talk about her beautiful book A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings for World Bee Day at The Book Hive.


Bumblebee Identification Walk – Earlham Cemetery

Our community is a beautifully talented group of people and on 30th June 2019 we took up Adam Clark on his offer to lead a walk to introduce people to the basics of identifying different types of bumblebee. We’ll definitely be running more of these!


Norfolk Festival of Nature – Bee Hotel Making Workshop

The Norfolk Festival of Nature couldn’t have been better timed on the weekend after we launched our crowdfunding campaign… so on Sunday 14th April 2019 we took up this perfect opportunity to get people making bee hotels out of surplus mugs!


Tuckswood Library – Bee Hotel Making Workshop

Tuckswood is the neighbourhood of Norwich where we have one of our strongest communities of supporters and Tuckswood Library is a big part of this. In 2019 we delivered a bee hotel workshop in April at the library and an Ivy Bee information session in September.

Get in touch

Email us at hello (at) saviourbees.co.uk

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