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Widdershins 

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Fris, you're a real tonic (...now wheres the Gin to go with it?!) ;) :biggrinjester:
 

SixFooter 

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Its something like "a purist" isnt it?
 

Simon 

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If you don't want to get depressed at the type pf person who may end up with one of these, I would steer clear of the comments.

My personal favourite: "We have so many bees in our garden, it would be so lovely to give them a home! :)"

Priceless!
 

oliver90owner 

Queen Bee
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We have so many bees in our garden, it would be so lovely to give them a home!

Perfectly appropriate to some of the solitary bees (eg Mason bees)

Regards, RAB
 

BlidworthBees 

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Wonder if the winner actually took up beekeeping or sold it.
There are masses of people who enter competitions just so they can make a quick buck from selling on the prizes.
 

kazmcc 

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None, although I have my eye on one ( Just don't tell Dusty ;) )
Has the competition expired? oh well, wouldn't have won anyway lol.
 

m100 

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The second prize presumably being two beehauses :p
 

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