It is with regret that Yalding & District Beekeepers is no longer an active club and has now closed. However, the good news is that our associate club Laddingford & District Beekeepers is thriving so can I suggest that you visit their website at www.laddingfordbeekeepers.co.uk where you will find all the up to date information you may need. If you require any specific information that you cannot access on their website then please contact the Chair, Marilyn Taylor at email@example.com and she will be happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.
There are currently no upcoming events.
26 Oct 2019 | 9:35 pm
More than a million volunteers are needed to tackle the spread of invasive non-native species in the UK, MPs say.
21 Oct 2019 | 8:04 pm
A slew of factors—its acidity, its lack of water and the presence of hydrogen peroxide—work in perfect harmony, allowing the sticky treat to last forever.
Posted on 10 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Bees’ Needs Week is a campaign co-ordinated by Defra to raise awareness of the importance of bees and other pollinators, and to provide practical advice on what we can all do to support them. Many organisations are working together to encourage everyone who can, to do simple things at home - like growing more flowers and cutting grass less often - to help our precious pollinators thrive, and to engage further with nature through citizen science initiatives.
There’s more information on the Bees’ Needs Website. Throughout the week a variety of content will be shared online including:
• Why bees are important animation
• Day in the life of a beekeeper video
• Educational resources including bumble bee identification
• Information on the UK Pollinator Monitoring Scheme
Get involved with Bees’ Needs Week on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook using #BeesNeeds
Posted on 11 June 2020 | 12:00 am
The National Bee Unit is pleased to share a range of presentations created by Fera Science Ltd. presented by Kirsty Stainton on;
Asian Hornet Biology
Asian Hornet Genetics
The presentations can be found on BeeBases pages on Asian hornet and Foulbrood.
Please do contact us with your feedback.
Posted on 9 April 2020 | 12:00 am
Scottish beekeepers; please read the attached information note from Scottish Government.
DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES PROVIDED BY SASA DURING COVID-19 CRISIS
Posted on 13 July 2020 | 1:38 pm
Thank you for your application to join the BBKA as a direct member. Your application will be processed within the next 2-3 working days at which time you will be emailed an online application to complete. Should you have any enquiries in the meantime or if you do not receive the application form email within 3 working days please �contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 13 July 2020 | 11:03 am
Thank you for joining the BBKA as a direct member You should receive a receipt by email which includes your BDI insurance. If your email does not arrive please check your Junk / Spam folder.
Posted on 13 July 2020 | 10:17 am
Membership of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) brings many rewards We recommend, particularly if you are a new beekeeper or want to start beekeeping, that you join your local beekeeping group who can provide training and support. Junior membership and School membership is also available. Support and mentoring Practical teaching at the training apiary Training and education meetings Online forum for beekeeping support £10m third party public & product liability insurance Monthly full cover membership magazine, BBKA News, posted to you On-line BBKA News magazine archive which is fully searchable Beekeeping examinations held to the highest level Annual Spring Convention and Exhibition with a full range of lectures and seminars Webshop with educational books and resources Discounts from suppliers to help set up as a beekeeper 5% discount for all members from National Bee Supplies www.beekeeping.co.uk You can join via your Loc...