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Sherri, 23 May 2021

I just got my bees in april it's my first time being a beekeeper. I've checked my hives maybe 3 times since I've installed them they seem to be doing fine. I looked inside the entrance and all my bees seem to be in one hive and all gathered in the bottom box it's been warm but so windy I haven't opened them it seems to be less windy today so I'm goin ggv to go open my hives and see what's goin ggv on not sure what I'm looking for or doing yet but hopefully my bees will work with me and I'll get this figured out? Wish me luck?


Nick, 3 May 2020

Hello Angela There are many people who keep bees on that area. I am local to that area also, you can join the Enfield Bee Keeping Association, they have regular meetings and show you how to keep bees safely. You'll also meet lots of other bee keepers locally. Good luck!


Angela, 18 March 2017

Is there anyone living in the WoodGeen/Turnpike Lane/Tottenham area who keeps bees and allows the public to visit to see this for themselves?


Athynz@honeyextractor, 24 January 2012

Nice tips, positively valuable for beekeepers. It should be in this way so that bees will never be disturb much in producing honeys. And that includes quality produced honey in the honey extractor.


Bees, 9 January 2012

A short, reliable and very informative article. I'm pretty sure some are encourage to engage in beekeeping nowadays.


Peter, 10 June 2011

looks good to me !!!