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Annual Introduction to Beekeeping Course

ADBKA runs an annual ‘Introduction to Beekeeping’ Course. It is principally intended for those who might be thinking about taking up beekeeping and would like to know more about the craft. The course will also benefit those who are either just about to get bees or perhaps have already had bees for a short time.

Crathes apiary

Having attended the course, participants will:

The next course will commence in February 2024 and will comprise six 45- to 80-minute lectures on honey bees and beekeeping:

  1. The Life of the Honeybee
  2. The Apiary and the Hive
  3. Equipment, Bees and Getting Started
  4. Products of the Hive
  5. Help! There is something wrong with my bees
  6. The Beekeeping Year

…and a visit to our training apiary to experience live honey bees.

There is a small charge for the course, with concessions for ADBKA members and those receiving full-time education (school, college or university) in the UK.

Places are usually in demand and filled on a first-come-first-served basis.

If you would like to be notified when booking for the 2024 course opens in early January 2024, please email to express your interest.  Use the same email address for any general queries about the course.

If you cannot wait until 2024 to get involved in beekeeping, please do talk to us about joining the Association and participating in our 2023 programme.
ADBKA Introduction Course
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