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TOP BAR BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP

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TOP BAR BEEKEEPING WORKSHOP

Time: March 26, 2017 from 8am to 11am
Location: Paul Woods garden
Street: TBA at booking
City/Town: Alderley
Website or Map: https://brisbanebackyardbees.…
Phone: 0414 333 069
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Paul Wood
Latest Activity: Feb 28

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Event Description

I am holding a top bar beekeeping workshop in Alderley, Brisbane on Sunday March 26 from 8 to 11am (includes a tea break).

This is a beginner’s workshop for those who would like to get some up-close experience with European honeybees in a top bar hive. You may be interested in keeping a hive and want to gain confidence and basic knowledge or just to find out if beekeeping is for you.

We will safely explore the basic activities of beekeeping including initial setup, hive inspection and honey extraction.

Veils will be supplied (unless you have your own protective gear – please advise).

Please wear light coloured, long sleeved shirts, trousers and closed shoes, socks, leather gloves and a hat.

Cost is $50, $85 for couples

Numbers are limited. Please book via email to paul@brisbanebackyardbees.com.au or phone 0414 333 069 before March 10.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Thanks

Paul

 

 

Paul Wood

Brisbane Backyard Bees

Natural Beekeeping for Everyone

0414 333 069

brisbanebackyardbees.com.au

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