December 4th, 2017
In a campus first, honey produced from beehives located within the University’s grounds will be on sale at a series of seasonal pop-up stalls starting this week.
Two varieties of honey — gathered from beehives at King’s Meadow Campus and at Bunny Park (farmland near Sutton Bonington Campus) — will be available. The different landscape settings are reflected in the flavour and colour of the two varieties.
Stalls selling University honey will be at the following locations:
The limited edition University honey is priced at £5.50, with an offer to buy 2 jars for £10. Please note that all sales are cash only.
There will also be opportunities to purchase the University of Nottingham Campus Wildlife Calendar 2018, featuring some of the most photogenic #beastsofUoN from across our UK and Asia campuses.
Proceeds from honey and calendar sales will contribute to the University’s Environment Initiative Fund, which provides grants to student or staff-led sustainability projects.
To find out more about projects to enhance the biodiversity of our campuses, visit our sustainability webpages.
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