To protect our precious pollinators, we’re excited to be working in partnership with Northumberland Wildlife Trust to deliver the Beelines North East. The project will create a network of 45 nectar-rich public sites, aiming to plant 2,500 trees, 25,000 bulbs and creating 18 hectares of grassland. The work will target young people, with traineeships available including for young offenders, alongside volunteering, and schools work opportunities.
Help us Plant Trees
In February we’re hosting two tree planting sessions, giving you the chance to get stuck in and support Beelines North East. Join us at
Jesmond Dene – Thursday 23 February
(Meet outside the visitors centre – What3Words)
Walbottle and Throckley Dene – Friday 24 February
(Meet at the Hexham Road entrance – What3Words)
Sessions will run from 10am – 3pm and are open to anyone wanting to take part. If you have any questions about the sessions you can get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beelines Educational Visits and Resources
Our education sessions are free of charge and designed to allow your class to discover and interact with nature in their local green space, learning more about plants, pollinators, and their conservation. Or you can download our lesson resources to lead the sessions yourselves.
Become a Nature Education Volunteer
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to work alongside our Education Officer, helping run fun, interactive activities for school children, families, and the local community.
Funded by the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund. The fund was developed by Defra and its Arm’s-Length Bodies. It is being delivered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund in partnership with Natural England, the Environment Agency and Forestry Commission.