The Durham beekeeping course taking place at St Mary's College is returning in early June.
Having run on the early May Bank Holiday, on Saturday May 4, the beekeeping course in Durham is returning on Saturday and Sunday June 1 and 2, offering participants the chance to get acquainted with a new hobby.
These two opportunities in June to take part in the day-long Durham beekeeping experience will not only include trying on the beekeeping equipment and managing the hives, but it will also take a look at what sort of products can be made from the bees beyond simply harvesting the honey, such as producing cosmetics.
The Durham beekeeping course will also have talks on the subject and will also look at the topic of houses for wild bees.
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When is the Durham beekeeping course and how long does it last?
There are two opportunities left to take part in the Durham beekeeping course; it runs on Saturday June 1 and Sunday June 2. It takes place at St Mary's College off Elvet Hill Road on the main Durham University campus to the south of the city.
It runs for a day, between 10am and 5pm.
What happens on the Durham beekeeping course?
The beekeeping experience day will aim to give participants the chance to take part in a range of beekeeping related activities. This will include small groups visiting the beehives at St Mary's College, making beeswax lip balm and hand lotion bars, lectures about bees and beekeeping and wild bee house building.
How much is the Durham beekeeping course?
It costs £30 per person. There is a maximum class size of eight. The price includes lunch and refreshments, and all protective clothing and materials are provided.
Who do I contact for more information?
To find out more about the Durham beekeeping course and to book, email email@example.com or phone 07552653456.