Killinchy Beekeepers To Hold First Meeting Of Year

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The Killinchy beekeepers class  pictured during a training session.
A Killinchy beekeepers class pictured during a training session.

How would you like to become a beekeeper and provide a huge service to the environment?

Come along to the KILLINCHY AND DISTRICT BEEKEEPERS’ ASSOCIATION first meeting of the year which will he held on
Wednesday, 27January at 7.30pm in the Andrew Memorial Primary School, 4 Ballygowan Road,  Comber.

A warm welcome is extended to all members attending and those interested in joining our Beekeeping Association.

There will be a presentation by Philip Earle on the subject for the evening, ‘Keeping Healthy Bees, how to Identify Diseases & what to do if you are concerned’.

Bees are critical in our environment as key pollinators of plants, so they do make a major contribution to biodiversity.