Sea Pioneering

Community workshops, projects, and advocacy to protect our maritime heritage, safeguard our ocean and sustain our marine habitats.

National Bee Day

An annual celebration to draw attention to the essential role bees and other pollinators play in keeping our planet healthy.

Wild Pioneering

Re-wilding, conserving and improving pollinator habitats to optimise conditions for survival and create a thriving pollinator environment.

Welcome to Pollinator Pioneers

With our natural environment in crisis and pollinators in decline, we aim to inspire mind-set change with initiatives that value pollinators, our green and blue space, and the vital role of the humble bee in building environmental resilience.

Pollinator Pioneers C.I.C is a unique environmental enterprise, inspired by the land and sea. Our main purpose is to support ecological systems, increase the pollinator footprint locally and champion ocean conservation to strengthen biodiversity.

We believe everyone can make a difference; anyone can become a pioneer. Nature, empowerment, and collaboration should be accessible to all.

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What We Do

Increase the Pollinator Footprint

Educate Communities

Champion Conservation

Strengthen Biodiversity

Support Ecological Systems

Blue Space

Sea Pioneers

We run a variety of projects and community events that cater to the evolving needs of the environment around us. Our sea pioneers bring people together to protect our ocean habitats and celebrate natural and sustainable marine resources.

Green Space

Bee Pioneers

We are the only community based, volunteer lead bee-keeping organisation in West Sussex. Our bee pioneers are here to inspire, engage and educate communities and future generations on environmental issues and pollinators.  

Latest News

First Apiary Education Session of 2022

Introducing pollinators to students and teachers of Northbrook College Inclusion Unit.

Beekeeping Season 2022 Update

A brief review on our wonderful variety of colonies

Sussex Life: The Plight of Sussex Honeybee

Worthing Honey Collective featured in this months publication