About Shipston Beekeepers :
Shipston Beekeepers is a branch of the Warwickshire Beekeepers Association – registered charity no. 500276 – which in turn is affiliated to The British Beekeepers Association, and is open to anyone interested in beekeeping.
Our membership consists of beginners, who are most welcome, as well as long standing members who are full of wisdom and help! We aim to promote the interest in beekeeping and provide ways and means of teaching the art as well as educate the wider public on all things bees.
Members enjoy regular monthly social meeting, with a topical talk scheduled; visits to home apiaries once a month; and invitations to various lectures and training programmes.
Interested in joining us?
A membership application form can be found on our Join Us page
Introduction to Beekeeping Course
Our successful two day “Introduction to Beekeeping” course will be run again in 2020 over the weekend of 25th and 26th April. The first day of the course will be held in the Brailes Village Hall whist the second day will be spent at our Apiary located just outside Brailes.
For full information on this course please go to: Introduction to Beekeeping
The Asian hornet arrived in France in 2004 and is now common across large areas of Europe posing a severe hazard for honey bees and other pollinating insects. Several sightings of this predatory insect have been made in recent years in the south of England and though it is believed the species will not be able to survive in the north of the UK due to colder winters, it is proving to be highly adaptable.
It is imperative that every effort is made to prevent the intrusion of the Asian Hornet into this country. For detailed information please see our Asian Hornet page.
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