Cymdeithas Gwenynwyr Cymru
Welsh Beekeepers’ Association
Saturday 25th March at 0830
Tea and Coffee available from 0800
Old Food Hall, Royal Welsh Agricultural Showground
Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3SY
Mynediad/Admission: Oedolion/Adults – £9.00,
Advance Payment – £7.00 (see below)
Leuenctid/Juniors (under 17) – am ddim / free admission
President of the Scottish Beekeepers Association (opening)
NDB – Seasonal Bee Inspector, The Hive Mind
Prof. David Evans:
St. Andrews University on Deformed Wing Virus
Pam Gregory memorial Lecture(BDI Lecture)
Beekeeping in our present environment.
“Beekeepers’ Question Time”
– your chance to ask the experts….
Trade stands and exhibitions.
Bargain beekeeping supplies. All day refreshments.
Earlybird payments (£7.00): Forms available below and from Association Secretaries.
Return completed forms plus payment to
Convention Secretary by March 18th
Address and payment details on form.
Would you like to help in the running of the WBKA by becoming a trustee? if so click here
Welcome to the Welsh Beekeepers’ Association (WBKA) website, we hope you find your visit enjoyable and informative.
WBKA is a support organisation for Welsh Beekeepers.
We are the Welsh Beekeeping Association to which the nineteen local Associations within Wales are affiliated, the WBKA represent Welsh beekeepers nationally within Wales and the UK and internationally.
Individual (Direct) Membership of the WBKA is possible, normally for orginisations, institutions and business, but most of the 1,650 membership are indirect members, in that they belong to one of the nineteen local independent beekeeping associations. An Application Form to become a member of the WBKA may be downloaded from the 'Information Station'. You can locate and find out more about your local association here .
A proportion of the fee paid by a member of an association goes towards the operating costs of the WBKA and also to providing third party and product liability insurance negotiated by the WBKA on behalf of its members.
WBKA Language Statement
Wales is a bilingual nation where the presence of both languages can be seen and heard and are the subject of pride and strength to all. WBKA wishes to promote bilingualism where possible and practicable.
Last page update 25/02/2017