A One-day Course for Earlystage Beekeepers, Providing a Practical Approach to Honey & Honey Processing Saturday 30th May 2020
From 09:30 until 16.00
At Seagrave Memorial Hall
Green Lane, Seagrave, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 7LU, off the A46 – ample free parking
This one-day course is intended for early-stage beekeepers who would like to better
understand what honey is and how to get it from the comb to a nicely-presentable jar
without having a big sticky mess in between.
The topics covered will include:
• What are nectar and pollen?
• How do the bees produce honey?
• Methods of uncapping and extraction
• Storage and production of soft-set honey
• Jarring and labelling
• Honey tasting
• The Honey Regulations
• Selling your honey and the law
Time: 09:30 for 10:00 until ~16:00
Venue: Seagrave Memorial Hall, Green Lane, Seagrave, Loughborough, Leicestershire,
LE12 7LU, off the A46 – ample free parking
Catering: tea, coffee, biscuits and cake available to purchase throughout the day. Bring
your own packed lunch.
Raffle: we will be holding a raffle with some fabulous prizes
Registration: E-mail mike.petty@LRBKA.org with your full name, address, postcode and
preferred email address, together with the names of anyone else who will be attending with
you and for whom you will be paying. Also, please state in your e-mail whether or not
you are a member of LRBKA. Payment details will be supplied by e-mail.
Price £23.50 per person.