PEOPLE will be able to create their own mini wildflower meadows in their gardens.

This is thanks to “Bee Bombs” created to encourage pollinators.

The free seed packs will be handed out at the National Park Authority’s next headline event, Wild Chalk, which will take place in East Brighton Park on Sunday, July 21.

The event, taking place from 11am to 5pm, will include activities for all ages, including a giant wildlife colouring wall, sheep to meet and stroke, a Stone Age re-enactment, virtual reality headsets, birds of prey demonstrations and wildlife spotting.

The seed packs are a mix of 18 native British wildflower seeds, all designated by the Royal Horticultural Society as “perfect for pollinators” to attract bees.

The seeds simply need to be scattered on to cleared ground.