Tywardreath Community Bee Group is hosting a talk to introduce beekeeping by Colin Rees, Chairman of Cornwall Beekeepers Association at Newhouse Farm, Priory Lane, Tywardreath on Tuesday 26th April at 7.30pm.
At this event you will be also meet the local people who look after our hives and find out how you can get involved to help us and the bees!
There is a small charge of £5 to cover the cost of the speaker and any profit will be put towards funding our community bee group hives.
Please reserve your place to hear more about this fascinating subject – either call 01726 339540 or email to let us know you want to attend the talk.
The Tywardreath Community Bee Group was formed in 2015 by members of Tywardreath Gardening Club. We purchased our first two hives and equipment with a grant from Par Bay Big Local.
The hives are sited at Newhouse Farm, they are surrounded by wildflower meadows and a garden that is managed to benefit biodiversity.
A group of us harvested and produced 80 jars of honey which was sold to raise funds to maintain the hives. We also donated some jars to community events in the village to help them raise some money too.
This year thanks to support from social enterprise activities at Newhouse Farm we are purchasing more hives and running activities at the farm to involve more local people in beekeeping and gardening activities to benefit bees and pollinators.
Find out more about:
Tywardreath Beekeeping Group by joining our facebook group.
Social enterprise activities at Newhouse Farm – http://www.bricksandbread.com
Cornwall Beekeepers Association on their website – http://www.cbka.co.uk/