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Course details

Introduction to bees and natural bee keeping

Starts: 02 March 2013 10:00
Ends: 02 March 2013 16:00

The Community Farm, Woodbarn Farm, Denny Lane, Chew Magna, BS40 8SZ

Spend the day discovering more about the lives of honey, bumble and solitary bees. This will include the use of film clips, discussion, examination of hive construction and a visit to hives and bee sanctuaries locally.

Tutors: Bryony Huntley and James Monks
Bryony and James are both experienced bee-keepers with a passion for sharing their knowledge in this field. Bryony is based locally at Westfield Farm in Chew Magna.

For more information on this course and for details on how to book, please visit the Community Farm website.

Cost: £34 (members) / £40 (non-members)

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