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36 Gardening


SUSSEX LOCAL


Also 21st in 1969 saw Neil Armstrong take his famous 'step' after Apollo 11 landed there 25th – Whitstable Oyster Festival (left).


Bombus Hypnorum to the


rescue! This European bumblebee that is resis- tant to the parasite that has been dev- astating our native bumblebees, first appeared in this country 13 years ago and has now taken up residence and is expanding its influence.


It is


hoped that their presence will help the na- tive spe-


2nd - Equal voting rights were granted to women in Britain this date in 1928 15th – St Swithin's– if it rains on this day legend has it that it will rain for 40 days and nights. 21st – in 1837 saw Euston Railway station open, the first in London


cies and that as their numbers increase the 'Eurobees' will help the continuation of the all important pollination process. Keep up the good work!


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