We have been informed by the WBKA, of two separate incidents of hive thefts in the Carmarthen area in the last few months. This is a reminder for beekeepers to remain vigilant about the security of their apiaries. Also, please make sure that you do your best to check the source of any colonies that may be offered for sale in your area. The latest theft was of two Maisemore nucs, both with an added super. If you suspect that you have been offered either of these, please let us know and we will forward your concerns to the appropriate body.
Join us for a webinar on Oct 29, 2020 at 7:30 PM GMT.
An image-rich, interactive journey through some of Trisha’s experiences in Africa as a volunteer Partnership Manager with the charity Bees Abroad, and an overview of its work. Bees Abroad relieves poverty through teaching beekeeping and training in-country trainers. It works with partner NGOs wherever possible and, in doing so, usually supports community groups through to independence with their own sustainable enterprises.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
For details see Bees and Equipment for Sale at https://pbka.info/start-beekeeping/bees-for-sale-or-wanted/bees-for-sale/
The next Beginners’ Session will be at The Rhos Apiary, at 2pm on this coming Sunday 9th August.
Please bring your own beesuits, gloves and wellies [we do have spare beesuits for those without]….. as well as a face mask.
For directions and for any queries, please e-mail Jeremy on email@example.com or call 07799 698568