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Sinead Lynch explains the importance of bumble bees as pollinators and how to achieve good biodiversity in an orchard.

Sinead Lynch is the Bumble Bee Conservation Officer for Wales. Based at The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales at Parc Slip Nature Reserve, Aberkenfig, Bridgend, CF32 OEH. Sinead’s role is to work with landowners and farmers to provide more habitat for bumblebees across Wales.

This digital story was created for ‘The Heritage of Orchards and Cider Making in Wales’, a two year HLF funded project in partnership with The George Ewart Evans Centre For Storytelling at The University of South Wales and The Welsh Cider and Perry Society.
This story recorded with Sinead Lynch and edited by Project Associate Catrin James on the 28th of March 2017 at Parc Slip Nature Reserve, Aberkenfig, Bridgend, CF32 OEH.

For more information - storytelling.research.southwales.ac.uk, www.welshcider.co.uk

welshwildlife.org/visitor-centres/parc-slip-visitor-centre/
bumblebeeconservation.org/

Archive reference HOCW/BBCT/1

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