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“Vanishing of the Bees” evening

Henllan Web Team : 17th January 2010 15:42 :

58 people attended ‘The Vanishing Bees’ film at Henllan school on Sat the 16th of January 2010

Henllan Conservation Group and Cadwyn Clwyd have awarded the contract to execute the project to the North Wales Wildlife Trust. Simon Farr from NWWT came to watch the film and say a few words. NWWT will be running a further launch in the very near future.

The 2 adult tickets to Chester Zoo were won by Dave Sherman. Dave and his wife enjoy visiting Zoos and Wildlife Reserves.  One of Dave’s Christmas presents was the adoption of a penguin at Chester Zoo, so he is looking forward to visiting the Zoo very much. Perhaps his penguin will wave at him!
The photo shows Simon Farr (left) from North Wales Wildlife Trust, presenting the 2 adult tickets to Chester Zoo to the winner of the free prize draw, Dave Sherman.
Dave also won a conservation themed hamper in the raffle.

Gaynor Kumria & Bronwen Woodcock were very busy selling cakes on behalf of the WI. The profits will be put aside by the WI to be spent on items relating to the Henllan Bee Project at a later date (maybe seeds after inspiration from the ‘Gardening to support the bees & pollinating insects’ workshop.) The photo shows Gaynor Kumria manning the WI cake stall.

A wide range of refreshments were available at cost price, including ice creams at the interval. The photo shows happy customers enjoying the home made cake with a cup of tea!

“The Vanishing of the Bees”

Henllan Web Team : 1st January 2010 15:31 :

Dros y blynyddoedd diwethaf mae poblogaeth y wenynen wedi dirywio’n ddramatig, gall hyn cael effaith mawr ar yr amgylchedd a goblygiadau difrifol ar gynhyrchu bwyd.

Am 6yh nos Sadwrn 16eg Ionawr 2010 yn Ysgol Henllan, Stryd Dinbych, bydd Grŵp Cadwraeth Henllan yn arddangos y prif-ffilm “The Vanishing of the Bees” sydd yn ymdrin â’r broblem hwnnw.  Mae’r ffilm yn addas i oedolion a phlant yn eu harddegau.

Mae croeso i bawb yn rhad ac am ddim i fynychu’r noson fu’n cynnwys lluniaeth, stondin cacennau, gweithgareddau lliwio a chwilio am eiriau, a’r cyfle i ennill gwobrau gan gynnwys dau docyn i Sw Gaer.

Am fwy o wybodaeth cysylltwch â Helen 07867974784

In recent years the world population of honey bees has declined dramatically with potentially far-reaching effects on the environment, with serious implications for food production.

At  6pm on Saturday 16th January,  2010, in Ysgol Henllan, Denbigh Street Henllan,  the newly formed Henllan  Conservation Group will be showing the much acclaimed-feature film , “The Vanishing of the Bees”, suitable for adults and teenagers, dealing with this problem.

Everyone is welcome, free of charge, to an evening which will also include refreshments, cake stall, colouring and word search for younger participants, and free prizes, including two tickets to Chester Zoo.

For further information, contact: Helen 07867974784

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