CAT’s visitor centre has been a hive of activity recently. We are presently putting the final touches to an Introductory Film about CAT and meanwhile…
The buzz is all about our stunning new bee hut, opening at 10am, Saturday 16th October: containing carved bees of different species and paintings of a variety of flowers that bees pollinate, it is impossible not to wax lyrical.
Installation experts Pippa Bailey and Jony Easterby and friends have combed the local libraries and utilised their 20 years of artistic and beekeeping experience to provide CAT with a whole new permanent exhibition, full of fascinating facts and about our flower-fertilising friends – BEES.
Bruce Heagerty said “A huge thanks to Powys County Council Tourism Section’s ‘Community Welcome Scheme’ for sponsoring this, the new film and a number of the new signs being erected around CAT.
Without their help and the artistry of everyone who has contributed, CAT’s site would look a lot poorer. This is a great day for CAT and particularly our hardworking Displays Group.”
How many foraging trips to flowers does it take a Honey Bee to produce a pound of white clover honey? What do drones do? Come and find out…
This project is part-funded through the Rural Development Plan for 2007-2013 which is financed by the European Union and the Welsh Assembly Government.