Cambridgeshire Beekeepers’ Association is a charity, promoting beekeeping to the public and providing advice and assistance to beekeepers.
NOTICE TO All MEMBERS
Following the latest guidance issued by the government in relation to COVID-19, we have reluctantly concluded that we should postpone forthcoming CBKA events that were scheduled to take place before the end of June, including:
• All training sessions at the Association’s apiaries
• 21 May Talk on “Man and Bees, the continuing journey”
• 12 June Bee quiz
At this point in time we cannot specify alternative dates for these events, but we look forward to resuming our normal programme of activities as soon as the situation permits. In light of the postponement of the AGM, the current Committee will remain in place until a further AGM and elections can be arranged, and the Committee will continue to work on behalf of the Members. Please continue to check the e-bulletins, facebook page or CBKA website for further updates.
In the meantime, we offer our best wishes to all members, their families and their friends at this difficult time.
The CBKA Committee
Found a swarm of honeybees? We can offer advice and often remove it for you. Find out more…
Fairs and shows
We attend about 30 days of shows every year, often with observation hives behind glass – come and see us, find out about bees, and buy some local honey! Our flagship event is the CBKA Honey Show, held every year on the August bank holiday weekend at the Fenland Country Fair in Quy. Find out more…
Talks at your events
We have a number of experienced beekeepers who give talks to clubs, schools, Brownie and Scout packs, and more. Find out more…
Interested in becoming a beekeeper? We run an annual training course. Find out more…
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Cambridgeshire Beekeepers’ Association is a Registered Charity No. 1183601