Scottish sustainable honey company Webster Honey has secured its first shopping centre partnership with Edinburgh’s popular Cameron Toll.

Four colonies of honeybees have been located on the roof of the Centre. As well as helping the local environment, they will be used in educational events in the centre and produce ‘Cameron Toll honey’.

Honeybees are nature’s best pollinators, flying for up to three miles to pollinate the trees, plants and flowers that turn Edinburgh’s carbon dioxide into oxygen, which means the Cameron Toll bees could become regular visitors to Holyrood Park, Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill Local Nature Reserve, The Meadows and even to Princes Street Gardens, bringing environmental benefits far across the City of Edinburgh.