8th Sep 2015 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/hotels/11661699/Beekeeping-at-St-Ermins-Hotel-in-London.html
20th Mar 2014 A lecture given by Mike Palmer at the National Honey Show 2013 entitled “Queen Rearing in the Sustainable Apiary”.
18th Nov 2013 Now that the weather seems to have turned the corner its highly likely that your bees have begun to settle down and cluster. We are still hearing of the occasional colony being active, making trips and returning from what is most likely ivy amongst a few others, but on the whole…
29th Oct 2013 http://www.sussex.ac.uk/newsandevents/?id=19003
14th Oct 2013 http://www.danwei.com/60-70-of-honey-in-jinan-is-fake/
11th Oct 2013 With Summer now firmly behind us, Beekeepers attentions will be looking ahead and making preparations for winter. Good preparation is more important than ever with the heavy loses widely experienced over the past few seasons.Feeding syrup should be finished before the end of September as a rule. Continuing to do so…
4th Sep 2013 Beekeeping in Swindon during WWII and the distribution of prized sugar. From The BBC By Joy Simpson Swindon Beekeepers Associationhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/local/wiltshire/hi/people_and_places/history/newsid_8184000/8184997.stm
2nd Sep 2013 As the Season is drawing to a close, amidst this year’s late start and changing seasonal pattern, it’s a busy time for a beekeeper. Its extraction season, so now is the time to harvest any honey crop you are fortunate to have. Be mindful not to leave your bees short though.…
2nd Sep 2013 Swarm lands on a taxi…..
2nd Sep 2013 Spectacular new images of exotic bee species in a kaleidoscope of different colours reveal that the insects are not all a humdrum black and yellow.By Nick Collins, Science Correspondent, The Telegraph. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/wildlife/10273387/Bees-not-just-black-and-yellow.html