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[…]Fortunately, plenty of willing volunteers stepped up, car park attendant, reception desk, tea and coffee makers etc. Some Leeds members who had paid to attend seemed to automatically step in and help on the day. The local bakery came along and sold sandwiches and cakes, Spinks Compact came to take orders for honey jars, and Northern Bee Books put on […]

Improving bees by raising your own queens

[…]a bee improvement group or are considering starting one. BKA teachers, demonstrators and apiary managers. It will suit those who want to raise good quality queens in batches of 6 or more by using "artificial" methods in controlled conditions. The techniques demonstrated and information gained should prepare attendees for producing many more queens on a regular basis if required. The […]

Lecturers

[…]to help event organisers plan their programme. All of them support the aims of BIBBA, but BIBBA are unable to verify their knowledge, ability or suitability to your requirements. Please make arrangements directly with the speaker. Roger Patterson Roger Lives in West Sussex and will travel any distance. Tel No…  01403 790 637  Mobile…  07976 306 492 Email…  roger-pa About […]

Wednesday Dinner Menu

[…]that you are happy with the menu before booking for the conference dinner. We will contact you in advance to ascertain your […]

BIFA Burton

Sun 12th February 2017 at Stretton, Staffordshire. In conjunction with Burton BKA. Details:- Cost: £12 adult, £8.00 aged under 18 who must be accompanied by a fee paying adult. Refreshments included. Please bring your own lunch.  Bookings: Dave Coates, 32 Standing Butts Close, Walton on Trent, Derbyshire, DE12 8NJ Enquiries: Dave Coates. dave.coates32@gmail.com Booking […]

BIFA – Colchester

[…]£12.50 Under 18                      £8.00    Please make cheques payable to Colchester BKA. and send to:- Mrs Barbara Sharp, 3 Fordwich Road, Brightlingsea, Colchester, Essex, CO7 0RE Telephone 01206 302466 or 01206 302005 e-mail bsharp302005@tiscali.co.uk No receipt will be issued. Attendances may be accepted on the day, but only if the venue hasn’t reached capacity. A fee of £15/head will apply […]

BIFA – Sunniside, Newcastle upon Tyne

[…]but not lunch. Please bring your own. Adult £10.00 Under 18 £7.00 Please make cheques payable to Tyneside Beekeepers . and send to:- Peter Searle, Eighton Banks Farm, Galloping Green Road, Eighton Banks, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear, NE9 7XA e-mail Psearle1@hotmail.com No receipt will be issued. Attendances may be accepted on the day, but only if the venue hasn’t reached […]

BIFA – Hexham

[…]own. Adult £10.00 Under 18 £7.00 Please send completed booking form to Jane Hughes, treasurer.hbka@gmail.com 01434 618446 to book your place and she will give details of how to make […]

Bee Improvement For All: West Sussex

[…]will concentrate on encouraging beekeepers to raise their own queens to produce docile colonies that are productive, healthy and best suited to their environment. The bees often give us opportunities during the summer and there will be plenty of ideas on how to use them. For details of course content please email Roger Patterson roger-pa To book contact Daisy wellingtondays@hotmail.co.uk Booking Form […]

BIM 49 – Spring 2017

[…]the game. Joe Crebbin at much the same period, had a bee house beside his plant nurseries at The Braaid. The hives were kept in complete darkness except when he worked the colonies, when the shed door was left open. Herbie Quirk was a member of the Federation committee when he realised in the 1970s that varroa was invading Europe. […]

2 Day Bee Improvement: Preston

[…]their own bee stocks. Who is it for? This course is aimed at beekeepers who:- currently manage several colonies know the “basics” of beekeeping, i.e. the life cycles, swarming procedure of a colony, disease recognition, etc, are able to recognise eggs and young larvae, can handle bees reasonably well What equipment is needed? All clothing and equipment that is brought […]

2 Day Bee Improvement: Preston

[…]their own bee stocks. Who is it for? This course is aimed at beekeepers who:- currently manage several colonies know the “basics” of beekeeping, i.e. the life cycles, swarming procedure of a colony, disease recognition, etc, are able to recognise eggs and young larvae, can handle bees reasonably well What equipment is needed? All clothing and equipment that is brought […]

BIBBA Conference 2018

[…]or interest. We hope to help beekeepers to understand their bees better, so they can develop management methods to keep them healthy and productive. Beginner and Beyond is intended for beekeepers in their early years in the craft to cater for this important group that is often forgotten. There are a wide variety of topics, all relevant to those who […]

BIBBA Events Terms & Conditions

[…]before the event. 2.    Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot be guaranteed entry, lunch or refreshments. 3.    BIBBA Conference and Event organisers maintain the right to refuse entry / purchase of place to any person without giving a reason.  Any delegate who causes disruption will be asked to leave the event for the duration, with no refund. […]

Two Day Course – Norfolk

Hosted by: Norwich and District Beekeeping Club Venue: University of East Anglia, Dev Farm, Bluebell Road, Norwich, Norfolk. NR4 7TJ Cost: Inc lunch/refreshments £65 before May 1st, £75 afterwards Details and booking: Stewart Spinks. 01603 402130, 07889 727 543, […]

The Eden Project’s 2nd Conference for Sustainable Beekeeping

[…]of Cornish Pasty for lunch. Download Programme Saturday Morning HONEY BEE GENETICS AND ADAPTATION Dr Mairi Knight, Dr Jon Ellis, University of Plymouth:-Understanding honey bee genetics: a layperson’s overview. Please address any questions you want addressing on genetics to andrew@aglbrown.co.uk Victoria Buswell:- University of Plymouth Local adaptation in dark European honey bees: preliminary results and a request for help. Norman […]
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Sustainability – Bees and Queens for Everyone using low-cost, simple methods

[…]enough bees for their beginners and queens to head them. In response to the obvious need BIBBA are staging a series of one day regional events in early 2019 to help and encourage everyone from the small-scale beekeeper upwards and BKAs to produce bees and queens from local stock, by using simple techniques that may be little more than a […]
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Sustainable Bees & Queens

[…]from beginners to the most experienced, as well as BKA officials, beekeeping teachers, apiary managers, and demonstrators. The all-day event (10.00am-4.00pm) costs £11/head (around 30% of the price of one queen and 5-10% of a nuc!). Refreshments will be provided, but please provide your own lunch. Booking must be made in advance. SELECT THE EVENT FOR BOOKING […]

Sustainable Bees & Queens : Midlands

[…]from beginners to the most experienced, as well as BKA officials, beekeeping teachers, apiary managers, and demonstrators. The all-day event (10.00am-4.00pm) costs £10/head (around 30% of the price of one queen and 5-10% of a nuc!). Refreshments will be provided, but please provide your own lunch. Booking must be made in […]

Sustainable Bees & Queens : East Anglia

[…]from beginners to the most experienced, as well as BKA officials, beekeeping teachers, apiary managers, and demonstrators. The all-day event (10.00am-4.00pm) costs £10/head (around 30% of the price of one queen and 5-10% of a nuc!). Refreshments will be provided, but please provide your own lunch. Booking must be made in advance. [tt-event url=’https://www.tickettailor.com/new-order/215507/9050/ref/website_widget/’ minimal=’false’ bg_fill=’true’ show_logo=’true’ […]

Sustainable Bees & Queens – South West

[…]from beginners to the most experienced, as well as BKA officials, beekeeping teachers, apiary managers, and demonstrators. The all-day event (10.00am-4.00pm) costs £10/head (around 30% of the price of one queen and 5-10% of a nuc!). Refreshments will be provided, but please provide your own lunch. Booking must be made in […]

Sustainable Bees & Queens – South East

[…]from beginners to the most experienced, as well as BKA officials, beekeeping teachers, apiary managers, and demonstrators. The all-day event (10.00am-4.00pm) costs £10/head (around 30% of the price of one queen and 5-10% of a nuc!). Refreshments will be provided, but please provide your own lunch. Booking must be made in […]