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Bees swarming in Newbury

Hundreds of insects descend on Northbrook Street

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Bees swarming in Newbury

A swarm of bees has set up shop in Newbury and has clustered around Cote in Northbrook Street. 

Resident Chris Partridge uploaded this video of the swarm

Bees swarm when a new colony is formed and sees the queen bee leave the old colony with the workers.

A swarm can comprise of tens to thousands of bees.  

See the Newbury Weekly News for more on the story. 

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  • LadyGG797

    21/06/2017 - 16:04

    bees are great they make honey and honey heals ... and it is good for you ,.. just call a bee keeper they've love them ..

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