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The September issue of Bee Craft is now available

September Issue As the summer draws to a close and our minds turn towards hopefully harvesting the honey from our hives, keep an hour or two free to read your September issue of Bee Craft. We hear from teenage beekeepers, visit the UK’s first traditional tree hive, learn more about feeding our bees, find out […]

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Bee Craft August Issue: Remote Monitoring, Drone Congregation, Oilseed Rape and the Demaree Method.

It’s the summer holidays! In our August issue, you’ll find all of the following, and more. Oil Seed Rape The reduction in oilseed rape crops is the theme of Peter Tomkins article and how this is leading to concerns for beekeepers, as forage and of course, honey yields decrease. The changing uses of pesticides and […]

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July Issue: Machester Bees, Oilseed Rape Honey, how to produce cut comb and a Taranov board

In the July Issue of Bee Craft, you will find the usual wonderful selection of articles about Beekeeping. It’s been very difficult to not notice the images of Manchester’s bees in the press over the past couple of months. Take a look at our article on why Manchester has adopted the worker bee as it’s […]

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May Issue: Beekeeping in India, Wales and Scotland. Cloake and Snelgrove boards and as it’s the season; swarming and queen rearing

As you have come to expect our May issue of Bee Craft contains a wide range of articles as well as a special offer from Sophie Allport. We visit India for the final time, meet the English team for the International Meeting of Young Beekeepers, and hear about the advantages of keeping locally bred honey […]

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April Issue: Dave Goulson, Bee Audacious, Indian bees, natural control of bee diseases and lots more.

Coming up in the April Issue of Bee Craft Our magazine will be landing in your postboxes in the next few days and is already waiting for you in the Bee Craft app, iTunes, Google Play and Amazon There is a ‘must read’ article if you are interested in importing bees from outside the United […]

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Our February Issue

In the next few days, our February Issue will be waiting for you in your postboxes and inboxes. As the weather worsens, take time to read through Bee Craft while planning your beekeeping for 2017. As usual, there are plenty of beekeeping articles for you all to enjoy. We have an article by Andy Bacon […]

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The January issue of Bee Craft Magazine

The January issue of Bee Craft Magazine will arrive in your post boxes next week, hopefully before the festive period begins in earnest. The magazine will feature some interesting articles for beekeepers of all levels. Read on to find out about some of the articles we have for you in Bee Craft this month. * […]

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Join the Bee Craft Team

Bee Craft is seeking a new Advertising Manager to join its successful team producing the gold-medal-winning magazine. For details contact Andrew Gibb on chiefexec@bee-craft.com. Closing date for applications is 31 January 2017. A list of duties is shown below. To download the pdf, use the link below. bc-ad-manager

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BBC Radio 4 appeal on behalf of Bees for Development

Bill Turnbull to broadcast Appeal for Bees for Development

Bill Turnbull will broadcast The BBC Radio 4 Appeal featuring Bees for Development’s work in December 2016. Tune in to Bill’s broadcast on BBC Radio 4 Sunday 11 December at 7:55am or 9:26pm, and Thursday 15 December at 3:27pm. Listen again at: www.bbc.co.uk/radio4 Please encourage your friends and local association to listen to the Appeal, […]

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Asian Hornet Found in Somerset

Message from The National Bee Unit – 4 Oct 2016 There has been a confirmed finding of Asian hornet north of the Mendip Hills in Somerset. As with the first sighting, work to find, destroy and remove any nests is already underway, and includes: • setting up a three mile surveillance zone around the location […]

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