WSBKA March Winter Meeting

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Richard Noel, a Jersey-born beekeeper in Brittany talking about the Asian hornets and how they deal with it there.

Quiz-the-Experts session April WSBKA Winter’s Meeting

Lawshall Village Hall Opposite The Glebe, Harrow Green, Lawshall

Our last meeting of the winter season is on April 14th at 7.30p.m., face-to-face at Lawshall Village Hall: a Quiz-the-Experts session and plenty for time for cake and a natter with old friends. Please would you let me know by Sunday 9th April if you hope to attend as our cakemakers need to have an idea Continue reading →

Annual Safari

Lavenham area

24th July in the Lavenham area - more details to follow.

WSBKA Annual Honey Show 2022 (Day 1)

Pakenham Water Mill Water Mill Farm, Mill Road, Pakenham, Bury Saint Edmunds

Schedule of the West Suffolk BKA  Honey Show 2022 To be held at  Pakenham Water Mill, Pakenham  Nr Bury St Edmunds, IP31 2NB  On   Saturday 10th September 2022 Honey Judge: Fiona Dickson  Confectionary Judge: Andrew Pettigrew  Show Co-Ordinator: Sylvia Pettitt  Jonsyl Ousden  Suffolk, CB8 8TW  Tel: 01638 500378 // 07798941533  sylviapettitt@live.co.uk    Note: Friday 9th in Continue reading →

Traditional Craft Day & WSBKA Annual Honey Show 2022 (Day 2)

Pakenham Water Mill Water Mill Farm, Mill Road, Pakenham, Bury Saint Edmunds

Following on from our members only Honey Show on the Saturday we will be showing our products and meeting the public at this lovely event. Entries provided by members can be collected at the end of the day (4pm).

Winter Talks – October 13th

Nowton Village Hall Village Hall, The Pound, Nowton, Bury St Edmunds

October 13th, 7.30p.m. at Nowton Village Hall, IP29 5NE. Graham and Marika Sigley will tell us about teaching beekeeping to the inmates and staff at Wayland Open Prison. All being well, further dates will be November 10th, January 12th, February 9th, March 9th and April 13th.

Winter Talks – November 10th

Nowton Village Hall Village Hall, The Pound, Nowton, Bury St Edmunds

Our speaker at the November meeting will be Colin Bell on running the Cambridge BKA's queen-rearing apiary: the workload, problems he encounters and their solutions.