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Who are we?
We are a small group of amateur beekeepers based in the Dingwall area but serving the Black Isle northwards to Evanton/Alness in the east and westwards to the West Coast of Ross-shire where we have members.
We meet on the third Wednesday of the month. In the winter we meet in the Dingwall Community Centre at 7.45pm when we aim to have a speaker or film show. In the summer we hold apiary meetings in the evening, commencing promptly at 7pm weather permiting! If there is a demand we hold on Saturday afternoons hands-on sessions aimed at potential and inexperienced beekeepers.
If you would like more information write to or e-mail our secretary . . . or just turn up at one of our meetings to learn more. Potential beekeepers are always welcome, all we ask is a donation of £2 towards expenses.
If, after reading the material on this web site, you are interested in joining the Association then you can download an Application Form by clicking here and post it to the Treasurer/Membership Secretary, Julian Paren.
The Vice President, Bill Cormack can be contacted by email.
The Secretary, Ms. Sarah Smyth can be reached by email.
The Group holds an instruction manual and overhead transparencies which can be used for lectures. If anyone would like to see them with a view to developing some basic instruction courses please let us know. Those who have been on Graeme Sharpe’s courses will have seen that with the correct material, well prepared, there is no need to be making it up as you go along, all the information is on the screen ready to be repeated.
GROUP LIBRARY BOOKS & VIDEOS
We now have a few videos available.
For further details of the Association the following e-mail address will reach the Secretary, Sarah Smyth dingwall.beekeeping "at" googlemail.com