Reminder – PBKA Membership Renewal 2023

Just a reminder that membership renewals are now overdue.

Please ensure that you renew promptly on our online system (see link below), in order to ensure continuity of your membership and BDI insurance.

We are also accepting applications for new PBKA Members and PBKA Supporters for 2023.

For further details about how to renew your membership, or how to join / support the PBKA, please follow this Link

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PBKA Membership Renewal 2023

Would PBKA members please note that membership renewals are due on 1st January 2023.

Please ensure that you renew promptly on our online system (see link below), in order to ensure continuity of your membership and BDI insurance.

Note that we are also accepting applications for new PBKA Members and PBKA Supporters for 2023.

For further details about how to renew your membership, or how to join / support the PBKA, please follow this Link

Final apiary training meeting of the season this Sunday, 25th September!

The final beekeeping meeting this season for both Beginners and Improvers at Scolton Manor, will be this Sunday 25th September 2022. The meeting will commence as usual at 2pm, weather permitting.

Note that apiary meetings are for PBKA members only.

If you are known to suffer from severe allergic reactions to bee stings, you must advise us of this, or of any other condition, which could pose a significant risk.

For further details please contact: pbkaapiarymanager@live.co.uk

To check out the PBKA website, go to https://pbka.info/

Or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PembsBeekeepers with up to date news and events.

UPDATE re Training Meeting – Sunday 4th September @ 2pm (+ deliveries!)

Please note that the next beekeeping meeting for both Beginners and Improvers is at Scolton Manor, on Sunday 4th September 2022, commencing at 2pm.

Note that apiary meetings are for PBKA members only.

Access to the apiaries is only at pre-arranged times when a PBKA Committee member (or Committee approved PBKA Member) is present.

Please ensure you bring the necessary protective gear with you to meetings; e.g. bee suit, gloves (e.g. Marigolds), and suitable footwear which will cover your ankles (e.g. wellingtons: not Crocs!); or you will not be allowed access to the apiary. If you are a beginner and do not have a bee suit, please advise us beforehand if possible.

NB. George Durham will be attending to deliver orders, eg. Apivar varroa treatment, honey jars, Invertbee feed, etc. So, if you have any requirements, please contact George asap on 07855 677890.

Please note that pets and young children are not allowed and any young people (12 to 18) attending must be participants in the activity. It is recommended that you do not wear perfume, aftershave, hairspray, etc. as bees have a very well developed sense of smell and may take an unwelcome interest in you!

If you are known to suffer from severe allergic reactions to bee stings, you must advise us of this, or of any other condition, which could pose a significant risk.

For further details please contact: pbkaapiarymanager@live.co.uk

To check out the PBKA website, go to https://pbka.info/

Or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/PembsBeekeepers with up to date news and events.