|A strong colony||Bees from Berkshire, brood box & two full supers||£200|
|A colony||This year’s bees in a brood box and super||£150|
|A complete hive||Brood box, including frames & foundation, three supers, 2 with frames & foundation||£150|
|A complete hive||Brood box, including frames & foundation. Three supers.||£100|
|Equipment||3 supers, 3 feeders, 3 packs of foundation, excluders, smoker, 2 bee suits and everything else!||Make an offer|
Ring Ray or Sue Magness on 01437 710717 (Camrose) or e mail: email@example.com
Dr Roger Burns, has again offered to provide PBKA members with a limited batch of virgin queens which he is currently rearing and he expects that the queen cells will be ready for distribution shortly. PBKA members who would like one of Roger’s queens should contact him as soon as possible on 01437 767102.
One of our members has some working National bee hives for sale in good condition; prices from £150 to £250
For details, ring 01646 684708 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have been advised that a colony of bees in a top bar hive is immediately available free of charge to whoever would like to pick them up. For details please contact Gordon on 07815 689447.
We have been advised of a limited number of nucs for sale privately in the Haverfordwest area. If you are interested, please contact Jeremy Percy on 01437 751357 / 07799 698568.
The annual auction takes place next Saturday, 3rd May, at the Brithdir Hall, Withbush Showground, Haverfordwest, SA62 4BW.
As usual there will be bees, some with hives: used equipment and some new items available.
Viewing starts at 11.00 am and the auction starts at 1.00 pm.
Light refreshments will be available for purchase throughout the day.
Information for sellers
Bees for sale this must be delivered to the showground on Wednesday, 30th April – contact Tom Pegg on 01437 563392 for details.
Equipment for sale can be be delivered on the morning of the auction between 9.00 am and 11.00 am – late entries may be refused.
10% of the sale value of bees or equipment will be retained for association funds.
Information for buyers
Viewing starts at 11.00 am and the sale starts at 1.00 pm.
Bees will have been checked for by the seasonal bee inspector before sale. Bees cannot be viewed – printed details of each lot will be available (frame type, hive type if applicable, frames with brood, queen year, temperament).
A buyers ticket must be obtained from the desk before bidding.
Payment must be made on the day by cash or cheque.
Items must be collected only after payment has been made.
Contact Tom Pegg on 01437 563392.