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Closed 17/06/2019

raised of £1,000 target by 1 supporter

    Weʼve raised £20 to to upgrade our Association Apiary to make it wheelchair accessible

    Funded on Monday, 17th June 2019

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    Honeybees are responsible for around 80% of crop pollination, but are becoming increasingly endangered due to pests and climatic changes - so they need our help to protect them.

    The East Grinstead Division of Sussex Beekeepers Association is a friendly mixed bunch of beekeepers which covers East Grinstead and surrounding villages.

    Our aim is to promote and increase the communitys’ understanding of honeybees and beekeeping by:

    - Means of teaching both adults and children

    - Running demonstrations at local shows & clubs to teach beekeeping and what the community can do to help

    - Training our members to become better, more informed beekeepers



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      • Brendan Shillington

        Brendan Shillington

        May 1, 2019

        Donation from the proceeds of a sale of a nucleus colony to an EGBKA member.


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