Llandudno care home residents learnt all about bees last week to mark World Environment Day.

RMBI Care Co home, Queen Elizabeth Court, welcomed beekeeping guru Keith Morgan to teach the elderly about the importance of bees for our environment.

Residents and staff got to see Mr Morgan's hive and learnt about the varied species of bees, their responsibilities in the hive and how Mr Morgan helps farmers in the area who possess bees on their lands to get grants.

Elaine Jones, the clinical lead at Queen Elizabeth Court, said: "We are doing our bit for bees in particular and the environment in general.

"The activity encouraged both residents and staff to learn more about the environment and how we can help bees in our local area to thrive."

The UN designated May 20 as World Bee Day to raise awareness of the significance of bees and other pollinators, the dangers they face and their role contribution to a sustainable environment.

More details can be found at www.un.org/en/observances/bee-day.

Queen Elizabeth Court residents and staff are participating in several eco-friendly activities as a part of RMBI Care Co.'s sustainability strategy.

This includes targets to slash the charity’s carbon footprint by half by 2029 and become carbon neutral by 2030.