Honey Class at Alwinton Show 12th Oct

This year Alwinton Show has added a honey class (127A) for the first time. It would be lovely to support them in this – all honey types are accepted in one class. If you would like to enter the entry form is included in the show schedule Available Here. 

If you cannot get to the show Sue Richardson has kindly offered to take jars up. Good luck everyone.

8 April –   “ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

The winter program finishes on 8th April with this final talk at 7pm at Swarland.

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin and a fine job he has done.

So if you could take note of the date and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

      8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

    11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

8 January – ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

11 December – AGM

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

     8 January. ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

13 November – ” Honey bee forage in Northumberland – what’s in your honey?”. Ian Jobson

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

  11 December.  AGM

    8 January. ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

 9 October – ” Meet our seasonal bee inspector “.  Brian Murphy. (TBC)

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin.

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

  13 November. ” Honey bee forage in Northumberland – what’s in your honey?”. Ian Jobson

  11 December.  AGM

    8 January. ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

11 Sep – “Winter Preparation” with David Pearce

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin and the first is to be  given by David Pearce and the subject will be Winter Preparation

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

And still to come…

   9 October. ” Meet our seasonal bee inspector “.  Brian Murphy. (TBC)

  13 November. ” Honey bee forage in Northumberland – what’s in your honey?”. Ian Jobson

  11 December.  AGM

    8 January. ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)

Winter Program

The winter program starts on Wednesday 11 September at 7pm at Swarland and continues on the second Wednesday of each month, the last being in April

This has been devised by Christopher Benjamin and the first is to be  given by David Pearce and the subject will be Winter Preparation

So if you could take note of the dates and we hope to see you there. Good opportunity to reflect on the past year.

 11 September “Winter Preparation”     David Pearce

   9 October. ” Meet our seasonal bee inspector “.  Brian Murphy. (TBC)

  13 November. ” Honey bee forage in Northumberland – what’s in your honey?”. Ian Jobson

  11 December.  AGM

    8 January. ” Bee safari to exotic places abroad with Bees for Development “. Ben Hopkinson

   12 February. ” Updates, Development and Plans for our Association Apiary “. Peter Rose & Alan Culpitt

   11 March.  Buffet and Social Evening

     8 April   ” ReViVe project – DWV and Varroa”  Professor Stephen Martin (University of Salford)