Reminder – ‘Bees and Teas’ meeting this Sunday!

Just a reminder to PBKA members, that we will be having a members ‘Bees and Teas’ get together tomorrow,  Sunday 27th November, 2pm, at the big green building by the entrance to the training apiary at Scolton, just past the old steam train at the bottom of the site.

There will be a talk, a practical demonstration and an informal honey tasting session to compare different flavours from around the County, plus an open Q&A session to follow.

Free tea and coffee will be available and if you would like to bring a plate of something scrummy to share, that would be lovely.

So, if you would like to come along and bring a jar of your honey along for tasting, or if you have any questions you would like to ask, we look forward to seeing you then!

Very best regards

Paul

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‘Bees and Teas’ meeting this Sunday!

Just a reminder to PBKA members, that we will be having a members ‘Bees and Teas’ get together this Sunday 27th November, 2pm, at the big green building by the entrance to the training apiary at Scolton.

There will be a talk, a practical demonstration and an informal honey tasting session to compare different flavours from around the County, plus an open Q&A session to follow.

Free tea and coffee will be available and if you would like to bring a plate of something scrummy to share, that would be lovely.

So, if you would like to come along and bring a jar of your honey along for tasting, or if you have any questions you would like to ask, we look forward to seeing you then!

Very best regards

Paul

Ancient Egyptian Beekeeping Webinar – Tueday 1st November

Next in our winter series of webinars we explore the fascinating world of bees and Egyptology with Professor Gene Kritsky. On Tuesday the 1st of November at 7.30pm, he will unravel the mysteries of ancient Egyptian beekeeping and discuss his book ‘The Tears of Re’.

Prof Kritsky is the dean of Behavioural and Natural Sciences and Professor of the Department of Biology at Mount St. Joseph University, Ohio. He received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Entomology from the University of Illinois, as well as a B.A. in Biology from Indiana University. Professor Kritsky serves as editor of American Entomologist and has published several books and more than 100 papers on insect evolution, beekeeping history, Egyptology, and Charles Darwin.

Our webinars are free and open to all. So to book your place, please click on the image above or the link below

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