Join Hole Park for a hands-on workshop the entire family will enjoy. In partnership with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Hole Park will be hosting a special experience invites you to participate in this special experience in our beautiful gardens in the heart of the Weald of Kent.
Learn more about the types of bees that are found in our home county, how to identify the different species that will already be resident in your garden and get tips about which flowers and plants you can grow at home to encourage the bees.
There will be fun activities to help you discover fascinating facts to help “save the bees” plus children will get the change to create a “bee bomb” to take home! Experts from the Bumblebee Conservation will take you on a tour around Hole Park gardens to see the many species that reside in the park – including some of the most endangered bees!
Ticket prices includes access to the Gardens until 6pm.
The first workshop and guided tour will start at 11:15 (arrival 11am) and the second at 1:45pm (arrival 1:30pm).
Come along and show your support for the Bees!
Prebooking online essential. Gardeners World 241 cards and Hole Park Season Tickets are valid for this date but must be pre-booked online.