Courses and Events

Sustainable Beekeeping course @ The Castle

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 April 2018, 10 am-5.30 pm both days.

This course is for anyone from beginners to experienced beekeepers who are interested in learning about more sustainable methods of beekeeping.

The first day of the course will take a look at the fascinating world of the honeybee, introducing key concepts in their biology and ecology.

Day Two will focus on how to keep bees in Warre hives and the practice of keeping bees within an ethical framework.

You will need: Good boots, clothes for all weather, paper, pens, a veil if you have one.

The course is taught by Sean Hearn and  is held at The Castle Climbing Centre with mostly classroom sessions and some practical/observation work in the Castle apiary.

To book a place, we are asking for a £110 fee. (£70 concession)

Please do get in touch through email to book or if you have any questions – seanhearn@hotmail.co.uk

 

Sustainable Beekeeping course @ Hawkwood

Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 May 2018, 10 am-5.30 pm both days.

This course is for anyone from beginners to experienced beekeepers who are interested in learning about more sustainable methods of beekeeping.

The first day of the course will take a look at the fascinating world of the honeybee, introducing key concepts in their biology and ecology.

Day Two will focus on how to keep bees in Warre hives and the practice of keeping bees within an ethical framework.

You will need: Good boots, clothes for all weather, paper, pens, a veil if you have one.

The course is taught by Sean Hearn and  is held at Hawkwood Nursery with mostly classroom sessions and some practical/observation work in the Hawkwood apiary.

To book a place, we are asking for a £110 fee. (£70 concession)

Please do get in touch through email to book or if you have any questions – seanhearn@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

Sustainable Beekeeping course @ The Castle

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 July 2018, 10 am-5.30 pm both days.

This course is for anyone from beginners to experienced beekeepers who are interested in learning about more sustainable methods of beekeeping.

The first day of the course will take a look at the fascinating world of the honeybee, introducing key concepts in their biology and ecology.

Day Two will focus on how to keep bees in Warre hives and the practice of keeping bees within an ethical framework.

You will need: Good boots, clothes for all weather, paper, pens, a veil if you have one.

The course is taught by Sean Hearn and  is held at The Castle Climbing Centre with mostly classroom sessions and some practical/observation work in the Castle apiary.

To book a place, we are asking for a £110 fee. (£70 concession)

Please do get in touch through email to book or if you have any questions – seanhearn@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

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