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Exploring the World of Bees
13th July at 19:00- Virtual Q&A Dinner Discussion
With local bee keepers: Richard Emmett & Joey Snoad
Bees were living on the planet many years before the first humans stepped out into the world. As well as honey being a “super-food”, harvested by us for thousands of years, we now know that the bees who make honey are critical to the planet’s eco-system. Without them, first plants then animals, then humans would struggle to find enough food to live on.
So what makes this tiny animal so special? Why are they different from wasps? How and where do they live? And what do I do if bees start building a nest in my garden or roof?
Local beekeepers: Richard Emmett & Joey Snoad have hives in Virginia Water, at The Beehive pub Englefield Green and at the Forest Estate Community Hub Englefield Green Hub where there is a Beekeeping Club.
Join them for a discussion on all things bees and honey. Ask as many questions as you like to reveal the wonderful world of bees – our world.
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