News

Honey Survey – data collection has been extended.   The Honey Survey can be accessed at the following link: https://www.bbka.org.uk/news_and_events/honey_survey_2017  Please complete this survey by Sunday 15 October to be entered into a prize draw to win one of either: three pairs of tickets for the BBKA Spring Convention 2018; five Sophie Allport bees mugs, or three Burts Bees gift sets worth £15.99.

Honey bee These are the bees that live in hives and are looked after by beekeepers. They are hairy and have long brown and black striped bottoms

Tree bumblebee Lives in holes in trees and bird nest boxes We can not collect or move these bees – please just enjoy

Red tailed bumblebee They live in holes in the ground. We can not collect or move these bees.

Buff tailed bumblebee These bees live in holes in the ground. We can not collect or remove these lovely creatures

28th October

The next winter talk will be on the subject of products from the hive, such as wax, propolis and pollen.

See you at the PCC at 7.15pm

Apiary meetings

The Apiary has now closed for the winter.

Occasional meetings may be held and details will be given here.

15 October 2017 at 2:15pm.  To check stores and general status of the apiary.