BBKA Exam Workshops at the National Honey Show If you are considering taking BBKA exam modules these workshops may well interest you. These workshops are part of a big programme of events happening at the National Honey Show 29th October - 31st October 2015 at St George's College.
Beekeepers @ KSRC A short series of beekeeping courses that will be run in November 2015 at Tyland Barn, near Maidstone.
Two Day General Husbandry Course KBKA two day general husbandry course on Sunday 1st March and Sunday 7th June 2015 @ Dorset Road Allotments, Dorset Road, Beckenham, BR3 4EA. Tutors are John Hendrie and Bob Smith. Course fee £50 book online.
Course The Beekeeping Year Beekeeping course for prospective beekeepers or beginners/novice beekeepers starting on Saturday 10th January 2015 at 9.30am. Venue: Tesco's in Whitstable, Kent. Costs £45. Please download PDF for booking details.
Sussex Plan for Honey Bee Health and Well Being The Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells Beekeepers Association are holding an open talk "Sussex Plan for Honey Bee Health and Well Being by Professor Francis Ratnieks" on Tuesday 17th February 2015 (7.30pm) @ St. Edith’s Hall, Kemsing, N15 6NA.
Bee-inspired Workshops 2015 Two beekeeping taster courses running in March, May and beginner's beekeeping courses in April and September 2015 in East Kent, Bridge nr. Canterbury.
Beekeeping for Beginners Course CROYDON 2015 10 week course comprising 8 evening sessions Spa Hill Allotments, 20th January to 10th March 2015 Time 7.30-9pm. Followed by 2 practical sessions in the apiary on Sunday afternoons on the 12th and 26th April. 2-4.30pm. Course fee £75.
Medway Introductory Beekeeping Course 2014 Introductory beekeeping course 2014. Ideal for potential beekeepers, those just interested and anyone who cares about the environment (no previous knowledge or experience is necessary). Starting on Saturday 18th January 10am-12.00. Download application form (PDF) and return to Terry Clare.
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Join BIBBA the Bee Improvement and Bee Breeding Association
Get involved in bee breeding. Like all other forms of life bees can be improved by selective breeding. BIBBA encourages beekeepers to work together in breeding groups. Much has been achieved but more could be done by beekeepers working together. Subs are £20 per annum and the Bee Improvement magazine is included in the subscription fee. See Website.
A day of practical beekeeping in which we will learn how to handle live bees, exploring the main aspects involved in keeping a hive or two of bees. Held at Little Chart Church, from 10.30 to 5.00, on Saturday 27 May, 10 June, 22 July, 12 August or Wednesday 19 July.