A pesticide awareness meeting will be held in Cholsey to educate people on their use and the potential effects on the environment.

The meeting will be hosted by Bee Watch, an organisation fighting for people to help protect bio-diversity.

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The organisation is calling for people to 'be a part of the solution' and learn more.

The aim of the meeting is to inform beekeepers and bystanders on the planned use of pesticides and the potential and known harm it has on our environment.

There will be a presentation and an opportunity to ask questions.

The meeting will take place at Cholsey Pavillion on January 23 from 7.30-9pm and also on January 25 from 11am- 12.30pm.