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Welcome to Inverclyde Pollinator Corridor

Weather presenter Sean Batty has supported the launch of our new leaflet  "A wee walk on the wild side. A guide to Inverclyde's beautiful nature walks." The leaflet is available for free in tourist racks and libraries

Our next FREE workshop is on dry stone walling at old Hector McNeil Swimming Pool Site in Greenock on 25th and 26th August 2018 10.30-3pm. Contact us via the contact page on this site for all the details or book via Eventbrite. 

The Inverclydebuzz group is a bold attempt by local beekeepers at North Ayrshire Beekeepers Association to establish mini wild flower meadows (the pollinator corridor) through Inverclyde to provide much needed food for bees and butterflies, as well as looking beautiful. 

97% of UK wild flower meadows have disappeared since 1930s.        

By protecting existing pockets of wild flowers and reseeding patches of vacant/derelict or Council land, we can bring the bees and butterflies back.

We have three sites in Greenock: Former King's Glen School in Kilmalcolm Road, Blairmore Crescent and Belville Street and one in Wemyss Bay. The Belville Street site is a beautiful biodiversity garden and winner of an RHS Greening Grey Britain Award and Scottish Civic Trust Our Place Award for Small Project. More sites are planned soon in 2018.