Members can find a list of events below, that might be of interest, but are run by other associations.
“Stripey Honey… is very yummy!”
Stripey Honey… is very yummy! is a touching and funny adventure into India, exploring the lives of some of our most precious but endangered species, who unite to save their homes. Journey into the forests of the Sundarbans, the land between India and Bangladesh, home of the Royal Bengal Tigers and Honey Bees to discover how the tigers, bees, and honey collectors learn to live, play and survive together.
As well as being a lively and entertaining show, this is an opportunity for children aged 5+ to learn about other cultures and the environment in a fun and engaging way. Plus the show is happening in the library so a great chance to encourage the children to read a book or two during the holidays and there are opportunities to do crafting activities and games before the show.
The shows are taking place at:
- Accrington Library on Monday 18 February at 2pm.
- Burnley Library on Wednesday 6th March at 4.30pm.
- Haslingden Library on Thursday 7th March at 4pm.
Tickets are £4 each or £10 for one adult and 2 children. Tickets are available directly from each library, booking online via http://spotonlancashire.co.uk/whats-on/stripey-honey-is-very-yummy/ or by calling 01254 660360.
Lancashire & NW BKA Spring Convention – 2nd March 2019
Venue: Archbishop Temple School, St Vincent’s Road, Fulwood, Preston
The conventions programme is always designed to combine both the practical and the theoretical and to encourage our beekeepers to think about how they keep their bees. This years speakers include Clive de Bruyn, Northumberland Honey and Alpha Pest Control. There will also be trade stands at the convention.
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT AVAILABLE FOR PAYMENTS RECEIVED BY 15TH FEB
For further details and booking, click on the following link
BBKA Spring Convention 12th – 14th April 2019
Venue: Harper Adams University, Newport
The national beekeeping event of the year – open to all
Lectures, Workshops & Seminars, Trade Show
Tickets on-sale January 2019
Click here for more information
John Charlton is running a series of Microscopy Days again on Saturdays, at Manchester Grammar School to cover the BBKA microscopy exam requirements and other related topics. This will also cover the microscopy sections of the advanced Bee Husbandry exam.