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Classified Adverts and Beekeeping Journals : 47 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 6–8 – MIDLANDS AND


SOUTH WEST COUNTIES CONVENTION Hosted by Herefordshire BKA. Three Counties Hotel, Hereford. Topical lectures and workshops; presenters of national standing. Bishop’s Palace garden visit. Details and booking: www.mswcc.org.uk


SEPTEMBER 7–8 – BRISTOL HONEY FESTIVAL


At University of Bristol Botanic Garden, BS9 1JB. Honey show with 17 classes and prizes including the Bristol Silver Queen trophy. Entry closing date 26 August. Details: www. bristolhoneyshow.co.uk or e-mail: showsec@ bristolbeekeepers.org.uk Tel: 0117 9244836.


SEPTEMBER 14 – WEALD BRANCH KENT BKA


Honey and craft show. Smarden Charter Hall (TN27 8NF). 10.00 to 16.30. Honey; observation hive; microscopy; exhibits; beekeeping equipment; craft stalls; local produce; plants; refreshments; lunches; auction of equipment. Admission: adults £1, children free.


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SEPTEMBER 15 – CELEBRATION OF THE HONEYBEE


Brandon House Hotel, New Ross, Ireland. 12.00–18.00. FREE ENTRY. Speakers: Micheál Mac Giolla Coda; Philip McCabe. Honey Show. Stalls. Kids’ Corner. Refreshments. Bar. A great family day out. Contact: Joe Nealon 0863 892041, isis5657@gmail.com


OCTOBER 12 – EXMOOR FUN HONEY


SHOW Tithe Barn, Dunster TA24 6RY. Live commentary and tips from our honey judges to improve our knowledge of honey showing. Guest lecturers: Ivor Davis, NDB; David Maslen. Beekeeping quiz. Entries 50p. Further details: www.somersetbeekeepers.org.uk


OCTOBER 24–26 – 2013 NATIONAL


HONEY SHOW St George’s College, Weybridge. Lectures, workshops, trade and educational exhibition. More on-line at: http://www.honeyshow.co.uk


NOVEMBER 16 – SUSSEX BEEKEEPERS’ ASSOCIATION


Annual Convention. Uckfield Civic Centre TN22 1AE. Speakers: Norman Carreck, Ian Homer, John Farmer, Margaret Ginman, Michael Keith-Lucas. Cost £25. Details at www.sbkaconvention.org.uk or from Harold Cloutt 01424 838302; e-mail: info@ sbkaconvention.org.uk


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BEEKEEPING JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES


AMERICAN BEE JOURNAL Subscription:1 year £36; 2 years £70, including surface mail. UK agent: EH Thorne (Beehives) Ltd. Digital edition subscription available at www.americanbeejournal.com BBKA NEWS, published monthly by BBKA, in full colour and direct-mailed to all members. For information on joining BBKA, contact The National Beekeeping Centre, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LG, Tel: 024 7669 6679 or bbka@britishbeekeepers.org.uk BEE CULTURE brings you new and better ideas for keeping bees. Monthly. Enjoy and profit from your bees. 1 year £31.50; 2 years £60. UK agent: EH Thorne (Beehives) Ltd. BEE IMPROVEMENT Magazine of the Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders’ Association. £5.00 each. Free to members. Membership £20 pa. Enid Brown, Milton House, Main Street, Scotlandwell, Kinross-shire KY13 9JA. BEEKEEPERS’ QUARTERLY £26.00. Northern Bee Books, Scout Bottom Farm, Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire HX7 5JS. Tel: 01422 882751. Fax: 01422 886157. BEEKEEPING published since 1935, by Devon Beekeepers’ Association, 10 issues per year. UK Subscription £12.50; Europe £20.00, outside Europe £28. Alison Howes, 4 Deer Park Crescent, Tavistock, Devon PL19 9HQ. BEES FOR DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL – the journal for sustainable beekeeping. £26 per annum. Bees for Development, 1 Agincourt Street, Monmouth NP25 3DZ. Tel: 016007 14848; www.beesfordevelopment.org GWENYNWYR CYMRU – The Welsh Beekeeper – from the Welsh Beekeepers’ Association. Beekeeping in Wales and abroad. Sample copy with SAE. Individual Membership


August 2013 Vol 95 No 8


Secretary: Ian Hubbuck, White Cottage, Manafon Road, Berriew, SY21 8BB. Tel: 01686 640205; e-mail: ianhubbuck@hotmail.com IRISH BEE KEEPER – Read An Beachaire, published monthly. Subscriptions £20.00 sterling per annum, post free. Sample copy from: David Lee, Scart, Kildorrery, Co Cork, Ireland; e-mail: davidleej@eircom.net THE JOURNAL OF APICULTURAL RESEARCH incorporating BEE WORLD. IBRA’s flagship journal. Visit www.ibra.org.uk – download the free sample Acrobat file. More information from: IBRA, 16 North Road, Cardiff CF10 3DY. Tel: 029 2037 2409; e-mail: mail@ibra.org.uk NZ BEEKEEPER Journal of the National Beekeepers’ Association NZ. Jessica Williams, PO Box 10792, Wellington 6143. Tel: 04 471 6254. Fax: 04 499 0876. e-mail: secretary@nba.org.nz THE SCOTTISH BEEKEEPER Magazine of the Scottish Beekeepers’ Association. International in appeal, Scottish in character. Membership terms from: Enid Brown, Milton House, Main Street, Scotlandwell, Kinross KY13 9JA, Scotland. Sample copy on request.


REGIONAL CORRESPONDENTS


EAST ANGLIA: Paul Metcalf EIRE: Eddie O’Sullivan NORTH: David Pearce SCOTLAND: Nigel Southworth SOUTH: Don Hannon SOUTH EAST: Roger Patterson; WALES: Pam Gregory


YORKSHIRE: Michael Badger


BBKA CONTACT General Secretary, National Beekeeping Centre, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire CV8 2LG. Tel: 024 7669 6679; e-mail: generalsecretary@ britishbeekeepers.com


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