Fermoy has been added to the roll-out of Cork County Council’s Pollinator Plans along with the towns of Carrigaline, Kinsale, Bantry, Macroom and Kanturk.
The Pollinator Plans will see Fermoy become a brighter and more bee-friendly place and will guide the council’s management of publicly owned spaces within the assigned towns to ensure bees and other insects that pollinate flowering plants are encouraged and supported.
Paul Kavanagh of Fermoy Tidy Towns said: “We’ve been waiting on a pollinator plan for three years. We have our own pollinator plan, but we look forward to seeing what Cork County Council will put in place.”
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