Benefits of our new study centre
More beekeepers encouraged, trained, supported and extended
Better facilities for teaching, learning and beekeeping
Inclusion of prospective and existing disabled beekeepers
Enabling of visits by community groups such as schools, W.I.s, Y.F.C.s etc.
Higher standards of hygiene, education
Greater opportunity for long term investment in facilities
Secure facilities, storage and land-holding
Regular weekly meetings hosted to facilitate supportive discussion and studying for BBKA exams
Wider range of courses, demonstrations and workshops enabled
Specialist services such as microscopy, disease diagnosis, pollen identification etc.
Cooperative purchasing enabled through better storage and access