A wildflower area in Hampshire is being created to help bees. It's one of more than 60 'Bee Worlds' springing up around the country providing a purpose built habitat to reverse the insect's decline.
The area in Titchfield Haven will have long lasting flowers providing vital food for threatened bees and other pollinating insects.
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