Buzy Sunday for the Bournville Beekeepers in Northfield.

The Bournville Beekeepers were called to a residential property in Ley Hill, Northfield, on Sunday (23/04), following the discovery of a swarm of thousands of bees, which had made the top of a fence panel their home.

Ian Baker and Colin Hawkings safely removed the bees and rehomed them in one of their hives in Bournville.

If you find a swarm, and don’t know what to do – click here

Please click here to find more information about Ian and Colin.

(Images: Bournville Beekeepers)

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