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This autumn, two groups of architecture students created Bug Hotels for Headington Hill Hall Gardens and Harcourt Hill arboretum. The bug hotels provide nesting areas for solitary bees, hibernation areas for a range of insects and food for insects such as woodlice that eat rotting vegetation. The Hotels are a key part of Brookes commitment to supporting pollinators who are in decline globally.
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