No! - not a rave but the start of an excellent evening apiary meeting.
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The Association can be contacted through the Secretary on firstname.lastname@example.org
Our outdoor meetings are held for the benefit of Association members who are fully aware of and accept the risks involved. Potential beekeepers wishing to attend should contact the Secretary for advice and to be teamed with an experienced member. Clean protective clothing is required for all outdoor meetings, please ask for advice, the Group can provide some items. This is a precaution against the spread of varroa and disease from one apiary to another.
Saturday 26th May Apiary visit, Rod Pimm, Culish, North Kessock, is hosting a follow-up meeting for those who attended the meeting on April 7th. Meeting commences at 2pm. This is an excellent opportunity to witness the development of the colonies. See Map on Members Only page for directions.
Wednesday 20th June Apiary visit, Julia Garrison, Craigdarroch, 6.45pm for 7pm prompt.
Wednesday 18th July, Apiary visit, Jane Thomson, Beauly, 6.45pm for 7pm prompt.
Wednesday 15th August, Apiary visit, Stuart and Tricia Tickner, 6.45pm for 7pm prompt.
Late August/early September Heather picnic.
Wednesday 16th May Apiary visit Arthur Hill, Fairfield Apiaries. A first-class meeting in perfect weather, good enough to be enjoying the tea and nibbles sitting outside at 9pm - can't be bad.
Friday 11th May Apiary visit, Kay Liston, Lochcarron 2pm Skye beekeepers will be present. The weather was far better than had been forecast and the visit was well worthwhile. Our thanks to our hosts Kay and Wang Liston.
Wednesday 18th April Annual General Meeting. President, Arthur Hill and Vice-President, Bill Cormack successfully elected. Membership requires to be renewed - application form can be found on "Joining the Association" page.
Saturday 7th April. Apiary visit. 2pm Rod Pimm, Culish, Black Isle
Wednesday 21st March Kirsty Sutherland gave an excellent talk on her role as a Bee Inspector.
Wednesday 21st February Heather Maclaren described her role as northern area representative for the SBA. She then gave a very interesting presentation of the importance of pollen to the bees. There might well be a few more folk setting up pollen traps on the hives as a result.
Memberships are renewed as from the April AGM. A membership/ renewal form can be found mid-way down the Library page.
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