Welsh Beekeepers Convention

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The Welsh Beekeepers’ Association (WBKA) is the national support organisation for beekeepers in Wales. It is a registered charity (number 509929) managed by a board of trustees supported by various officers, all of whom are volunteers.

Founded in 1943, WBKA is the umbrella organisation for 19 local associations across Wales. Representatives of these 19 associations, and specialist members, form the WBKA Council which meets three times a year.

WBKA Spring Convention Speakers

9:45 - 10.:50   Opening Address by Jo Widdicombe – Chair of BIBBA

10:5 -11:15 Kirsty Stainton – Varroa

11:45  - 2:45 Pam Hunter – Pheromones: Bees do it by smell.

Martin Hann

13:30 -14:30 Clare Densley & Martin Hann – What the books don’t tell you and why bees change their minds

14:45 - 15:45 Andy Pedley – Food safety for the beekeeper.

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Tickets: £10.00
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Welsh Beekeepers Association Convention

Type:Convention

Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3SY

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Event (23 Mar 2024)

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