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Bromley Winter Lecture Programme 2018

Published 19 December, 2017

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As usual, all lectures are on the third Tuesday of the month, from January until April:

16th January
A talk about the Flow Hive which has been in operation locally for a year at Charlton academy school.

20th February
Dale Gibson from the Bermonsey Street Bees will give a talk on being a professional beekeeper in London.

20th March
Hopefully, there will be signs of spring by mid-March. Jim Vivian-Griffiths, a master beekeeper from Monmouth, will be talking on “Spring Management”. If you like Jim’s approach you can get more. He will be at Orpington Branch the following evening (21st March) when he will talk on “Swarming - opportunity or problem?”.

17th April
Roger Patterson with a talk on feral colonies he found in his locality.

All evenings will begin at 7.30pm.

Venue:  The Pavilion
              Kent House Road Allotments.  
              (entrance opposite Woodbastwick Road)
              Lower Sydenham.
              SE26 5LJ

Tea/coffee and cake will be available during the interval.
Members of other branches, and visitors are always welcome.

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