Bromley Winter Lecture Programme 2017
Published 10 January, 2017
As usual, all lectures are on the third Tuesday of the month, from January until April:
Tuesday 17th January.
“Spring into the Bee Season”. Celia Rudland of East Surrey Bees.
Is this one coming a little too early in the season? Probably not. Probably, you should have started already.
Tuesday 21st February.
“Hive Products”. Iain Judge.
Iain will survey the historic uses of hive products, before cutting loose with ideas on what you could be doing with your scrapings and spinnings. Expect a few ideas that you may not have thought of yourself
Tuesday 21st March.
“When the king became a queen”. Pam Hunter.
A light hearted look at beekeeping history, though expect Pam's usual incisive analysis to sit not too far in the background.
Tuesday 18th April. “8 mm of nothing”. Robert Smith
An in depth look at the implications of bee space from Kent's number one bee expert. Bromley can still find time and space for experts.
All evenings will begin at 7.30pm.
Venue: The Pavilion
Kent House Road Allotments.
(entrance opposite Woodbastwick Road)
Tea/coffee and cake will be available during the interval.
Members of other branches, and visitors are always welcome.
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