A Cardiff park is now home to beehives more than sixty years since honey was produced there - and now it's available to buy.
The wealthy Bute family and their guests in Castle Garden were once supplied honey from Bute park's beehives six decades ago. Now, thanks to private donations to local beekeepers Nature's Little Helpers, honey has returned to the city centre park.
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It is seen as step towards protecting and conserving the bee population which is currently in decline.
Cabinet Member for Culture and Leisure, Councillor Peter Bradbury, says it's a new resource for 'public engagement and education.'
"Bute Park's 56 hectares are home to a vast array of plants, flowers, shrubs and trees, so it's a great place to make honey.
The honey is available to buy directly from Bute Park Education Centre and Pettigrew Tea Rooms.