This issue includes a focus on John Waddelove and how he became involved with beekeeping; apiary news; details on the BBKA Basic Assessment; feedback on the Introduction to Beekeeping Course; and Membership news.
This lockdown newsletter includes: date of next committee meeting; ‘Lockdown AGM‘ proposal; longstanding Treasurer resigns; change of Association Secretary coming; Zoom Q&A session for members hosted by Vice-chair (16 September); latest news from the Association Apiary and extractor-for-hire news.
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This lockdown newsletter includes: an outline of how the committee has managed to meet; opening up weekly apiary inspections as restrictions ease; the annual honey extraction day (volunteers wanted) – helping and keeping safe; the AGM and winter meetings programme and the impact of coronavirus on our annual honey sales.
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This issue includes: a brief report from the 08 January Bowls Club meeting where the guest speaker was the president of the BBKA, agenda for 12 February meeting: guest speaker is bee farmer Margaret Ginman, annual apiary clean up report, recent apiary activities, future activities and events from now until April and our representative at the BBKA ADM. …
This issue includes: a brief report of the 11 December Christmas social, recent activity at the Association Apiary, details of the 08 January 2019 Bowls Club Meeting, an opportunity to keep bees at the Lexicon (Bracknell), request for help with 04 January Apiary equipment clean-up and Wokingham Winter Carnival stall sales. Click HERE to download the newsletter.
This issue includes: Annual Association Honey Show report and results, the latest activity at the association apiary, dates or forthcoming Christmas Social & possible January event, Exhibition at the Museum of Rural Life (Reading) and annual Apiary hive equipment cleaning working party details. Click HERE to download the newsletter.
This issue includes: an overview of the 09 October Annual General Meeting (AGM) and the First Aid presentation which proceed it; the Association’s 13 November Honey Show categories; the October National Honey Show dates; the latest Asian Hornet reports and ensuring adequate BDI insurance cover for the year.
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This issue includes: Committee’s Elected Posts – 14days Notice Required before AGM if you wish to step forward, Two Poplars’ Meeting – change for next year, latest Bee-news From the Association Apiary, details of AGM & Your Membership Renewals, Beekeeper in Hospital After 4 Bee Stings, Treating Stored Comb for Wax Moth, Dates for You Diary Guest speakers confirmed …
This issue includes: Two Poplars Meeting Mix-up, getting hot and sticky at the Apiary Annual Honey Extraction, Swarm Collection shenanigans, some more Dates for the Diary, Extractor Hire and Honey processing, a choice of novelty hive or a hive in the living room and ecologically sound BBKA News packaging. …
The contents of this issue include: a request for help with the 03 August apiary honey extraction, latest news from the Association apiary, a short report on the 22 June BeeHealth Day, the new website, are you covered by your BDI insurance, are your APIARIES registered with BeeBase (not your home), an Asian hornet siting …