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r0bj0nes 

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I think I have a honey spinner. It belonged to my late brother who was about to start keeping bees but died suddenly. I found what appears to be a brand new honey spinner in his loft and would like it to go to a good home where it will be properly used. Any interest?
 

r0bj0nes 

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Rob Jones

I will get a photo of the honey spinner. The location is Harefield, Middlesex. It's a little place close to Denham.
 
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Typical - wrong end of the country again!!!
 

Frenchie 

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Hi,I'am a newbee collecting bits for beekeeping.I have my first hive,a Langstroth and one of the members of my local bee keeping association has offered me a place for my hive.Another member has offered to supply a nuc.I'am not so far from you( nr Brighton) and think this would be useful,so yes I'am interested please.Terry.
 

Hazem 

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Hi,

I may interested as well. I live in Uxbridge and wondered if I can view it.

Regards,

Hazem
 

Adam 

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I think I have a honey spinner. It belonged to my late brother who was about to start keeping bees but died suddenly. I found what appears to be a brand new honey spinner in his loft and would like it to go to a good home where it will be properly used. Any interest?
If you want to sell it, ebay is good. If you want it to go to a good home, in his memory, I'd suggest a local beekeeping association would be worthy recipients. Then it would probably get used by many local people, every year, and those that need it are those that cannot yet afford (or do not want to buy) an extractor of their own.

You can find your local beekeeping association from google or suchlike. I'd put a vote in for my association (which is in Surrey), but am sure you could find someone closer.

Adam
 

justme 

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If you want to sell it, ebay is good. If you want it to go to a good home, in his memory, I'd suggest a local beekeeping association would be worthy recipients. Then it would probably get used by many local people, every year, and those that need it are those that cannot yet afford (or do not want to buy) an extractor of their own.

You can find your local beekeeping association from google or suchlike. I'd put a vote in for my association (which is in Surrey), but am sure you could find someone closer.

Adam
I agree with Adam, I'd love an extracter but local bka best idea as lots of people are in the same boat. As said above many people would then get to use it:.) Di.

ps, not said cos I'm too far away:.)
 

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If you want to sell it, ebay is good. If you want it to go to a good home, in his memory, I'd suggest a local beekeeping association would be worthy recipients. Then it would probably get used by many local people, every year, and those that need it are those that cannot yet afford (or do not want to buy) an extractor of their own.

Adam
:iagree: Well said that man.
 

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