We are delighted to be supporting the Pollinator Project and Les Bourgs Hospice through the 30/30 Art Exhibition
The Pollinator Project has joined up with Les Bourgs Hospice who are celebrating their 30th year with this joint pollinator art campaign.
As part of the 30/30 concept, 30 artists who have a connection to Guernsey have been given the opportunity to have their pollinator inspired artwork exhibited and auctioned at St James from 24 October to 26 November at the Community Arts Festival.
The aim of the initiative is to use art to highlight the role bees, butterflies, hoverflies, wasps and even moths have in our food, wellbeing and nature and inspire more people to act to protect them.
Our MD Tim Parkes explains why we chose to support the project ‘We were keen to be involved in something local that helped the environment at grass roots level. The work the Pollinator Project are doing to educate people about the importance of our immediate environment and what every one of us can do to make a positive impact really hit a note with our team. We are delighted to be involved’
You can find more about the Pollinator Project here