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Can someone reccommend a decent bee keeping magazine to subscribe to. Should help me learn a thing or two plus keep up to date. Cheers
 

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I always look froward to my Beecraft dropping throught the letterbox.

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First two replies - different answers!
Don's ask about swarm control 'cos you'll get loads of answers about that one!

Ely,
The Norfolk Beekeepers return/membership form has some offers for Beecraft and the Quarterly. Beecraft down to £21.60 from £24 (whoopydoo) and Quarterly at £16.50 instead of £32.

Are these good deals?
 

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First two replies - different answers!
Don's ask about swarm control 'cos you'll get loads of answers about that one!

Ely,
The Norfolk Beekeepers return/membership form has some offers for Beecraft and the Quarterly. Beecraft down to £21.60 from £24 (whoopydoo) and Quarterly at £16.50 instead of £32.

Are these good deals?
Seems ok. I had a look on their website earlier. I keep meaning to join but end up putting it off.

Just read - Beekeeping quartely, four issues a year?!? For that price?? I don't think so
 
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