Please keep the morning of Saturday 14 November in your diary. We will be holding a “web-vention” that includes many of the features that you would expect at a normal convention … but in your own home.
Celia Davis and Bob Smith, well-known and renowned speakers, will share their knowledge with us – please read on for more information.
But that’s not all. Expect a few of the other features you would normally find at a convention. More information will unfold here soon, so please keep coming back. Registration will be available at the start of October.
|Celia Davis – “The world of the honey bee Queen”||Bob Smith – “Pollen – Super-food for Honey Bees”|
|Celia will cover the structure and life of the honey bee Queen; practical ways to ensure that colonies are headed by fertile, productive Queens||Bob will talk about forage for honey bees including how far they go, what they forage on, what is best for them, etc|
|Celia Davis BSc, NDB|
Celia started beekeeping in 1980 and now runs two colonies having recently moved house. She has been actively involved with beekeeping education since the early 1990s, serving for six years on the BBKA Examinations Board and continuing to act as a tutor for the Correspondence Course and an examiner at all levels.
Celia holds the NDB, lectures widely and has served her County Association as both Secretary, Chairman and President. She has authored two books, The Honey Bee Inside Out and The Honey Bee Around and About, both of which are very popular.
|Bob Smith, NDB|
Bob has been keeping bees since the late 70’s, currently managing 9 colonies in 14×12 WBC’s, in 4 quite different apiaries in North Kent.
He was a Seasonal Bee Inspector for 6 years, is a holder of the NDB and the person with responsibility for leading the busy and committed Education Team within the Medway Beekeepers Association. He is also current Chairman of the Central Association of Beekeepers (CABK) whose aim is to “bring science to the beekeeper”
We hope to run a second web-vention (or convention, depending on that virus ) in early spring 2021.
This page will be updated frequently as soon as information is confirmed, so please come back soon!