Visit a Bee hive Delve into the secret world of honeybees and make memories Visits begin at Easter - weather permitting
Use the map for directions to Cattows Farm
Foundation course in Beekeeping
This visit to a live Honeybee colony is a chance to delve into their secret world. The Bee Farmer points out the stages of the bee's life cycle as we examine the hive. We will see the different castes of bees. We may even see the Queen...she is in there somewhere! We will see just how the bees arrange their world.
You will handle the bees if you wish. We go at your pace. A hive full of bees can be intimidating. The visit lasts about two hours.
The hive visit is a time to make memories. Dad's and daughter, Mums and Sons, Birthdays, Mothers day, Fathers days or the better half. Take lots of photos, ask lots of questions.
Make the day an event:
Make a present of a hive visit with a gift certificate during the booking process.
If you book your visit at Heather at Cattows Farm you can book vouchers for Afternoon Tea. Click HERE
Don't forget you can make a present of a hive visit with a gift certificate duringhte booking process.
The course are run at two venues:
Select the venue you would like to visit when booking the course
Book your visit HERE
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See what visitors have said about experiences with the Bee Farmer. Click HERE for my Testimonial page
Beesuits are provided. Visitors should wear footwear that covers the ankles (Hiking boots or wellingtons)
Q. Is there a lower age limit
A. Yes. Seven years old. Equivalent to schools year 6
Q Do I get to handle bees
A Yes - at your own speed.