Bentley Bridge, in Wednesfield, has been a hive of activity
over the summer, playing host to a number of public events including the first Wodenstock music festival and the third annual Wednesfield Canal Festival.
The park will be a hive of activity
, with activities running from 12pm to 4pm, and you don't need to spend a penny unless you want to buy refreshments.
A New Deer care home has been a hive of activity
after it held a wellbeing week.
The Searches The warren was a Hive of activity
Everyone was getting ready For the Great Egg Hunt In charge of the Bunny Kids Was The Duchess Nicknamed by the Young ones in the nursery Her real name was Mrs Berry When she was not looking After the nursery Mary Was assisting her Husband Cad In the kitchen Cad had been very busy Making all the treats for the Hunt.
It wasn't just the arena that was a hive of activity
, as museum tours ran throughout the day.
"The south of the region is a hive of activity
and we are looking forward to building on our presence within the North East."
"This building will be a hive of activity
all year round, which is where the name came from," revealed Muna Chauhan, corporate manager at Zoe's Place.
"The distribution centre is a hive of activity
, and we're looking for friendly individuals who enjoy working in a fast-paced environment."
But it is also a hive of activity
, with people, animals, children dropping in.
The exterior of MACC headquarters became a hive of activity
when the over-70 media personnel assembled witnessed the unannounced arrival of heavily-tinted vehicles and escorts with blazing sirens.
The town's High Street became a hive of activity
on Saturday morning as locals marked Armed Forces Day.
Taking place next Saturday, June 23, from 1pm to 5pm, Barshaw Park will be a hive of activity
as the community comes together for one of the highlights on the calendar.
Carronshore Primary School near Falkirk is now a hive of activity
as teachers check their bid with the Guinness World Records.
BIRMINGHAM'S Colmore Business District is hoping to build on its reputation as a hive of activity
with the installation of two 'bee hotels' in Church Street Square.