Deserted village has first residents in 70 years

A village in Wiltshire that was deserted 70 years ago has its first new residents; a colony of bees.

Beekeeper Chris Wilks is trying to breed a native British strain of black bee at Imber on Salisbury Plain.

Most bees in Britain were introduced from abroad after a disease nearly wiped native ones out.

The Wiltshire grassland is a perfect environment for black variety.