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Swarms

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Test yourself Asian Hornet Quiz

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Varroa Does Not Feed On Haemolymph

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Pollen Chart

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21 days in Time Lapse

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Be Vigilant…

Small Hive Beetle

ASIAN HORNET Vespa velutina

An invasive non-native hornet originally from Asia. A highly aggressive predator of native insects, posing a significant threat to honey bees and other pollinators. Accidentally introduced to France in 2004 where it spread rapidly. In 2016 the first UK sighting was confirmed in Gloucestershire.  Confirmed sightings have since occurred elsewhere.


Non-Native Species Secretariat, (email: nnss@apha.gsi.gov.uk), should be notified of any sightings.

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 IMPORTANT NOTICE



Normal activities are impacted due to COVID-19 and the Government’s advice. NCBK monthly meetings and training courses are being held using Zoom.

CBKA are running a series of On-Line Meetings / Video Lectures for members whilst Government restrictions apply.

The BBKA & NBU have issued statements regarding

COVID-19 and the key points are outlined below:








Next Branch Meeting :

Thursday 18th March, 7.30pm

‘A Look At Bee Disease’ by Graham Royle via Zoom.

The event is FREE to members. Click on the link to book a place. You need a smartphone or a computer with an internet connection. You do not need to install ZOOM on to your device. You will be able to watch and listen to the presentation even if you do not have a web-camera or microphone. Questions can be put to the speaker during the talk using the text “chat” feature.

Saturday 27th March, 10.00am to 4.30pm

  CBKA Spring Convention & AGM by Zoom

  For Details & to Register please visit: www.cheshire-bka.co.uk    Speakers:

Norman Carreck BSc. (UK) - ‘Breeding for Varroa Tolerance’

Mike Palmer (Vermont, USA) - ‘ The Sustainable Apiary’

Prof. Jamie Ellis (Florida, USA) - ‘Identifying Queen Problems’

Rebecca Coleman (Thorne Ltd) - ‘Commercial Wax Production’

Other dates for your diary: