A HALL will be buzzing with activity during a special conservation event.

The Bee Kind event will be held at Llanasa Village Hall on Saturday, April 13 between 11am-3pm.

To whet appetites the Village Hall will be hosting a Honeypot pop-up cafe with homemade cakes and fairtrade refreshments.

The event is organised by the Llanasa Conservation Society with support from Transition Holywell and District, North Wales Wildlife, Friends of the Earth Cymru and other groups.

Dianne Gill said: "Most people are now aware that bees, butterflies, moths and other pollinators are absolutely vital for life on Earth, but their populations are in worrying decline, so we need to do all within our power to help them flourish again.

"As part of a whole array of interactive and educational stalls, there will be the chance to 'meet the bees' with friendly local bee-keepers and find out what plants and trees you can cultivate to help our precious insect friends.

"You can hear some 'bee-kind' stories from school children and adults and children are being invited to enter best costume competitions based on the friendly insect theme.

"There will also be a raffle with great prizes."

Admission and advice are free.