Lancaster Beekeepers held an event in the Judges’ Lodgings garden on Sunday 28th August. It was well attended by all ages. An observation hive of live bees could be viewed secure under glass. Volunteers were on hand to explain the workings of a bee hive and answer questions on bee related queries. Visitors could taste honey and compare the taste of local honey to that of supermarket honey. There was wax provided to make candles. Children were helped and encouraged to make and colour bee masks and play bee related games. There were a number of children’s books on bees available to read, they are informative for adults as well as the explain the life cycle of a bee in simple terms. Finally there was local honey on sale. A large proportion of those who came had come specifically to attend the bee event .
Family Fun on Bee Day
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