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BIBBA 2016 CONFERENCE BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS

1.    Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate may take your place. Notification of this name change must be received via post or email no later than 16th September. 2.    Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot be guaranteed lunch or refreshments. 3.    BIBBA Conference organisers maintain the right to refuse entry / purchase of place…
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BIFA feedback

The Bibba “Bee Improvement for All” Workshopx A few months ago, one of our Committee members, Dave Barrett, came to me and said, “I think we should do this BIBBA One Day Course – I’ll organise it all.” “Great idea”, I said. So Dave booked the date with BIBBA, he booked a suitable hall, he got our Education Officer to…

Improving bees by raising your own queens – one and two day courses

The improvement of bees is an important part of beekeeping. The suitability of bees to the environment and their temper are issues that concern the caring beekeeper, but are not often included in tuition. This course will cover many of the topics and techniques that will suit the "ordinary" beekeeper, with a large practical element
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Lecturers

Beekeeping Lecturers The following list of lecturers and demonstrators is intended 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…

Wednesday Dinner Menu

Please check that you are happy with the menu before booking for the conference dinner. We will contact you in advance to ascertain your choices.

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. Booking Form

BIFA – Colchester

Course fees: Including refreshments but not lunch. Please bring your own. Adult                            £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 No receipt will be issued. Attendances may be accepted on the day, but only…

BIFA – Sunniside, Newcastle upon Tyne

Course fees: Including refreshments 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 No receipt will be issued. Attendances may be accepted on the day, but only if…

BIFA – Hexham

Including refreshments but not lunch. Please bring your own. Adult £10.00 Under 18 £7.00 Please send completed booking form to Jane Hughes, 01434 618446 to book your place and she will give details of how to make payment.

Bee Improvement For All: West Sussex

A one day event packed with sound information to help all beekeepers improve their bees. The presentation 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…

BIM 49 – Spring 2017

From the President – Jo Widdicombe Trials and Tribulations – Frank Hilton Are you a Natural Beekeeper? – Brian Dennis Natural Beekeeping – Philip Denwood Racial Profiling of Mongrels – Paul Honigmann Bee Improvement and QR – R Patterson History of Manx beekeeping – Cilla Platt Making Increase – Brian Dennis Locally Adapted Bees – Wally Shaw Bee Races in…

2 Day Bee Improvement: Preston

Rearing your own queens is a cost effective way to ensure the continuity of your hives, grow your stock  and improve the quality and temperament of your bees. This practical, 2 day workshop covers a range the topics and techniques to suit the “ordinary” beekeeper. It includes a large practical element that is easy to understand and apply without the…

2 Day Bee Improvement: Preston

Rearing your own queens is a cost effective way to ensure the continuity of your hives, grow your stock  and improve the quality and temperament of your bees. This practical, 2 day workshop covers a range the topics and techniques to suit the “ordinary” beekeeper. It includes a large practical element that is easy to understand and apply without the…

BIBBA Conference 2018

the conference in September offers a wide spectrum of topics; view the programme, with details of speakers and topics; BOOKING NOW OPEN

BIBBA Events Terms & Conditions

BIBBA EVENTS BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS 1.    Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate may take your place. Notification of this name change must be received via post or email no later than seven days before the event. 2.    Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot be guaranteed entry, lunch or refreshments. 3.    BIBBA Conference and…

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,

BIBBA 2018 Conference Terms

BIBBA CONFERENCE BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS 1. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate may take your place. Notification of this name change must be received via post or email no later than 22nd August 2018. 2. Delegates arriving on the day without previously booking cannot be guaranteed lunch or refreshments. 3. BIBBA Conference organisers maintain the right to…

Sustainability – Bees and Queens for Everyone using low-cost, simple methods

There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and unsuitability to our fickle climate. Defra has recently conducted a Queen Replacement Survey that shows the majority of beekeepers prefer home-reared queens…
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Sustainable Bees & Queens

For Everyone using low-cost, simple methods: There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and the unsuitability to our fickle climate.

Sustainable Bees & Queens : Midlands

There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and the unsuitability to our fickle climate. Defra has recently conducted a Queen Replacement Survey that shows the majority of beekeepers prefer home-reared…

Sustainable Bees & Queens : East Anglia

There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and the unsuitability to our fickle climate. Defra has recently conducted a Queen Replacement Survey that shows the majority of beekeepers prefer home-reared…

Sustainable Bees & Queens – South West

There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and the unsuitability to our fickle climate. Defra has recently conducted a Queen Replacement Survey that shows the majority of beekeepers prefer home-reared…

Sustainable Bees & Queens – South East

There is growing concern amongst beekeepers of all abilities and experience about the ever-increasing importation of bees and queens. This is on several grounds, including the possibilities of introducing pests, diseases and pathogens, aggression in subsequent generations and the unsuitability to our fickle climate. Defra has recently conducted a Queen Replacement Survey that shows the majority of beekeepers prefer home-reared…