Part of a council estate in Southwark has been transformed from a squaters paradise to a community of bee lovers. Garages on the Brandon Estate which have been empty for fifteen years have recently been made secure, renovated and refurbished.
Now the locals are looking forward to trying their very own 'Brandon Estate honey' after a bee hive was moved in. Glen Goodman reports
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