* You could become a busy bee at Plas Newydd on May 27.
People are invited to Plas Newydd on Saturday May 27, between 11am and 4pm, to celebrate all things bee friendly.
You can help Chester Zoo discover bumblebees, join the Wildlife Trust in their outdoor lab, or follow the busy bee trail.
There will be honey tasting, face painting, and a prize for the best pollinator fancy dress.
The event is part of a local bid for Llangollen to become a Bee Friendly Town in a new national accreditation scheme launched by Welsh Government and Friends of the Earth Cymru.
Right now bees are facing decline due to habitat loss, exposure to harmful pesticides, and climate change.
Bees pollinate fruit and vegetables and without them Friends of the Earth estimates that it would cost farmers at least £1.8 billion a year to hand pollinate crops.
The scheme aims to raise awareness and improve conditions for pollinators through providing pollinator-friendly food sources, places for insect pollinators to live, decreasing the use of harmful chemicals, and involving the whole community in having fun helping pollinators.
Launching the new scheme, Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths said: “While the focus of the campaign is very much on encouraging people to get involved in an enjoyable way there is a serious message too. Pollinators are in decline and this risks our capacity to produce food, timber and fibre.”
Local group coordinator Sarah Slater said: “We’re really hoping lots of people will join us at Plas Newydd on the 27th for an exciting day out.
"We’ll have lots of activities and stalls for adults and children of all ages, and people can learn about fun ways to protect pollinators in their local areas. Hopefully with the support of local people Llangollen can become a Bee Friendly Town.”