Walking the Land are joined by artist Tara Downs and the Global Bee Project on a 4 day walk from Stroud to Bath.
Starting in Stroud early on Sunday 30th May, the walk will follow the beautiful Cotswold Way down to Bath. The project will combine scientific and artistic approaches investigating the UK’s native bee population.
On Thursday 3rd June artists and scientists will be joined by Sue Hart of Baka Beyond and friends who will show artworks, talk and sing about their recent encounters with bees at 18:30 at The Octagon, Milsom Street, Bath.
You’ll be able to follow our progress on this page where we hope to present some of our photographs, drawings, words and sounds.

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Sunday 30th May
Global Bee Project scientists and artists from Walking the Land leave on their joint project. Today they will walk to North Nibley, so stop and say “hello” if you see them doing strange things on the Cotswold Way.

Below is work made on the walk and shown at the Octagon on the 3rd of June 2010 and Stroud Festival of Nature Saturday 5th of June 2010

Wednesday 2nd June
Arrival in Bath

Walking the Land and Global Bee Project members arrive in Bath