The apiary is going to be looked after by the tutors until we can return to normal.
The AGM has been postponed.
The BBKA have a statement on their website https://www.bbka.org.uk/tending-hives-during-covid-19
January : Beekeepers Question Time, Skep Making Day
February : Talk - Showing Honey
March : Apiary tidy day
April : [usually] Beginners introductory Day
May : Beekeeping
June : [usually] Apiary Visit & Social
July : [usually] Apiary Visit
August : Apiary Tidy
[usually] Apiary Visit, Shaftesbury & Gillingham Show
September : [usually] Talk / demonstration
|Th 22 - Sa 24||
National Honey Show This year’s show is an online conference. Everyone is welcome, it is free of charge.
BKAs (Bee Keeping Associations) are centres of knowledge, advice and assistance. They hold the beekeeping knowledge and teach it to future beekeepers. The BSBKA is passionate about bees, honey and the enjoyment you can find through keeping bees and harvesting the produce. Our aim is to encourage the craft of beekeeping and advise, help support and encourage beekeepers. We are fully affiliated with the Dorset County Beekeepers association and the British Beekeepers Association.
Resources < click here for : BeeBase (DEFRA), The British Beekeeping Association (BBKA), Dorset BKA, Bee Blogs, Asian Hornet Information, Beekeeping websites, Skep Making, Making Beesawx Polish.