Everyone is welcome to attend the event, free of charge.
Attendees will be able to attend lectures, demonstrations, visit our trade hall and take part in other exciting activities.
The show will feature a series of lectures and demonstrations, followed by live online Q&A sessions, with the opportunity to ask questions via the ‘chat’ facility.
Entry to the Show is by registration only and is free to all. Registration is now open at https://crowdcomms-ltd.reg.crowdcomms.com/the-national-honey-show and it only takes about a minute to register. Once registered you will receive a confirmation email with their registration details.
14.00 Mike Palmer: A year at French Hill Apiaries
15.30-16.30 Demonstration: Gwyn Marsh Making Beeswax wraps
17.00-17.15 National Honey Show AGM
17.30-17.45 National Council AGM
18.30 The Central Association of Bee-Keepers Lecture: Medhat Nasr: Wintering honey bees – but not as we know it
11.00-12.00 Demonstration: Chris Park, Skep making
14.00 Etienne Bruneau: The honey market in turmoil
15.30-16.30 Demonstration: John Goodwin, Showing honey
18.30 Bees for Development Quiz:
11.00-12.00 Demonstration: Same day soap: The Robb recipe
12.30-13.30 Bill, Bob and Bees. Bill Turnbull and Prof Robert Pickard interview
14.00 Jeff Pettis: Long live the queen, please!, why are queens failing?
We know the lack of a physical Show will be disappointing, as it is for us all, but we hope to offer an exciting armchair event, where the National Honey Show Community can come together online.
All your favourite traders will be represented in the Trade Hall, where you will be able to keep in touch with their latest offerings.