To complement the urban bee foraging garden in its wheel-shaped planter, which the Bristol Bike Project created last year in collaboration with partners River of Flowers, the Bristol Bike Project is hosting a free two-day workshop (27th and 30th May) to create a mobile, multifunctional and practical ‘green’ seating, eating and planting structure using reclaimed timber, spare bicycle parts and wild plants!
The workshop, run by Tammy Crawford-Rolt, aims to connect with the community and draw people into the space to share skills and ideas as well as raise awareness about the value of up-cycling, wildlife and conservation and the importance of uniting communities and sharing skills together in an outdoor environment.
Bristol Bike Project is a comprehensive Community Bike Project, repairing and relocating unwanted bicycles. The project aims to help people from all walks of life get out and about on two wheels and to highlight cycling as an inclusive and empowering experience. River of Flowers supports cycling because a pollution free environment benefits pollinators as well as people.