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The aim of the association is to offer help and support to our members, promote the craft of Beekeeping to advance and educate the public in the importance of Honeybees to the environment.....

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The aim of the association is to offer help and support to our members, promote the craft of Beekeeping to advance and educate the public in the importance of Honeybees to the environment.....

Our aims and Ideals

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Wakefield and Pontefract Beekeepers Association would like to thank the members who help stage and make the the 2016 Honey Show a success and well done to all the winners


Details of the class winners


Wakefield and Pontefract Beekeepers Association

The next meeting is Monday the 27th February

‘If Heath Robinson was a Beekeeper’

With Graham Royle


7:30 The Golf Driving Range Walton

With spring fast approaching and the ability of the Asian hornet to spread rapidly we must all remain vigilant and be aware of any possible activity across a wide area Should you find a suspect Asian hornet or nest, please contact the Non Native Species Secretariat immediately using their alert email address below:  Give as much information as possible. Please include details such as your name, the location where the hornet was found and if possible an image of the specimen. Please do not put yourself in any danger of getting stung when trying to take a photo. Even if you are unsure of whether it is an Asian hornet, send it in anyway – it’s better to be safe than sorry.

alertnonnative@ceh.ac.uk

Be Alert for the Asian Hornet