Apiary Site

At our apiary we teach our members, learn from each other and run taster days that are open to the public, so the local community can get an insight into the fascinating world of the honeybee and the ancient craft of beekeeping.

New beekeepers or those without enough space to keep bees can rent a plot for a nominal fee and benefit from the help and support of more experienced beekeepers.

Thanks to the generosity of a local organisation EGBKA now has a new apiary site in Turners Hill.  In time we will further develop the site and plant up with bee friendly plants and fruit trees.  If any local businesses would like to help with the provision of materials or bee friendly plants and/or fruit trees, than any such offers would be grateful received.  Please contact Oliver Sinclair for further details ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ).

In the longer term we would like to buy a small plot (under half an acre) so we have a permanent home.  If you or anyone you know has any suitable land  please contact Oliver Sinclair ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). 

 EGBKA apiary 2016
Setting up the new Workshop

 

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