Take part in ‘No Mow May’

No mow may

A way to help Buriton’s Pollinator Project

Please consider taking part in the national ‘NoMowMay’ campaign.

This can boost the diversity in your garden so that you’ll see more bees, butterflies and wildlife buzzing around this summer.

A recent study found that rural honey bees have to fly further to find food than their urban counterparts, which suggests that people in rural villages can provide important help to boost the flowers and nectar available to pollinating insects.

All you have to do is resist the urge to cut the lawn throughout May – and see what springs up in your garden instead.