4 Jun 2015
University's Fruit Routes Summer programme of events
Staff, students and the local community are invited to enjoy a range of free activities taking place on Wednesday 17 June.
This year’s project focuses on bees and moths and will kickstart with a visit to the bees and information about the University’s apiary from 3 – 5pm.
Wild and bee tea will be available from 3:30 – 6pm at Barefoot Orchard, opposite Pilkington Library.
Following this is an evening walk around the Fruit Route with artist and designer Anne-Marie Culhane, which begins at Barefoot Orchard.
Later at 9:30pm, Graham Finch from the Leicestershire Entomological Society, will host a talk about moths and then run a late moth trapping session also on the Fruit Route to end the evening.
The Fruit Routes Project provides an enriched habitat for people, plants, insects and animals, as well as a location for cultural activities and outdoor learning and is managed by the Sustainability Manager at the University Jo Shields, working with project founder artist Anne-Marie Culhane.
*All events are free to attend. The bee visit/University apiary information tour will require booking via email.
To book or for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07849 073394