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Beez abuzzin in Dorset

Dorset’s heritage Bere Marsh Farm is set to become the centrepiece of a groundbreaking new project which aims to make the Blackmore Vale a hive of activity for bees and bee enthusiasts.

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Author: Hayley Neal

Celebrating Bere Marsh Farm’s first anniversary

Over a thousand visitors came to Bere Marsh Farm this weekend to celebrate the its first anniversary.

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Author: Hayley Neal

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