Welcome to the web site of the Liverpool and Merseyside Beekeepers Association (LBKA).
We are amateur beekeepers in the Merseyside area and are affiliated to the BBKA (British Beekeeping Association).
Swarm of bees or bees in roof spaces, walls etc.
See the information and links on the Swarm or bees in building page.
We hold monthly meetings with talks on various aspects of beekeeping from visiting speakers and practical beekeeping demonstrations. These meetings are an opportunity to meet fellow beekeepers, share knowledge and ask for advice. New beekeepers are always welcome and beginners’ courses are usually run in the New Year, for those thinking of taking up beekeeping.
For more information or to become a member either visit us at one of our monthly events or contact us with your enquiry. Email to email@example.com
January Branch Meeting
Will your bees survive this winter?
Plus question and answer panel
Saturday 14th Jan, 2.30pm – 4.30pm
St Anne’s Millenium Centre, View Rd, Rainhill, Prescot L35 0LE
John McCann, Arthur Gillett and Peter Wass will be talking about the things you should (and should not) be doing to help your bees through the winter.
A panel will also discuss your bee-related queries, so please come along with some questions to ask.
Open to LBKA and BBKA members.
Remember the branch annual dinner on the 24th February 2017
at Blackburn House, Hope Street, Liverpool.