Would PBKA members who are beginners to beekeeping, please note that we hope to start apiary sessions soon, subject to Covid restrictions permitting it.
Please keep an eye on this website for future postings!
Dan Basterfield is running a free online talk tomorrow evening (Tuesday 30th March) on ‘Module Exam Techniques’, aiming to give tips on how to approach the exams to give best account of your studies. Replays via the same link if you miss the live talk.
Details and registration here: https://advancedbeekeepingcourses.webinarninja.com/live-webinars/713986/register
The next WBKA webinar will be on Thursday 8th April at 7pm when Lynfa Davies, NDB will be talking about Comb Management. For more details and to register please use the link below,
This webinar is open to anyone and we are sure that it will be a popular topic especially at this time of year when colonies are building. Please circulate the link as widely as possible so that everyone has the chance to register.
Keeping bees is something that should only be undertaken after appropriate training, both theoretical and practical. With Covid restrictions likely to be relaxed over the next few months, it is to be hoped that some of our bee keeping training activities will be able to resume, subject to the situation prevailing at the time. We intend focusing initially on providing training for beginners, both classroom and practical.
It would be helpful for planning purposes therefore, if those of you who may be interested in taking up the craft, could contact us if you would like to attend a ‘one day’ classroom session. This is open to both members and non-PBKA members who reside in Pembrokeshire. If you are, please complete the form below. Details and cost to follow in due course.
Please note that the practical apiary sessions, when available, are free, but open to PBKA members only. If you wish to join the association in order to attend these, please click https://pbka.info/join/