i will be there as a steward in the conservation section, i work for half the day and get free enterance to the show. if you cant reconise the face from the videos in the sun flower anarchists, i will be the one eating the badger sandwiches
I'm looking forward to going tomorrow along with my Dad who's decided to take up beekeeping at 74 , but cant believe the price of entry!!!!...found one of my old tickets a couple of days ago, and in 1990 it was ?3.50 for members to get in...if you havent pre paid for you ticket its ?17 this year!!! .....Ye Gods!!!
i would have paid just £17 to hear the lecture clive is doing on queen rearing, but i have family comitments, or rather the family is trying to commit me?,my way of looking at it is £17 is a lot of money and it would be better priced at a tenner max, but i usual save between £10 and £20 on postage and delivery on what i buy there rather than on the internet, and as this is my only hobby as such, (allotments rotorvator, sun flowers ect not included) I have always saved a little money to use for saturday, when i wanted to buy my stainless extractor i had it from the stand saved £30 off the price and delivery £35 so it pays for me to go every other year normaly, its also good to get rid of the unwanted wax for sheets of foundation