The importance of bees (3CPD talk)
DATE: Wednesday 1 May 2019 at 6.30pm, with refreshments from 6.00pm
LOCATION: Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury, RG14 2DR
COST: FREE to PPN members, 3CPD subscribers, APC candidates and students, £20pp (incl VAT) for non-members/non-subscribers.
For an early May evening, 3CPD has selected a topic that may not be mainstream for most surveyors, but which has an impact on the lives of all of us: "The importance of bees". Those of you who read the RICS Land Journal may have seen an article on beekeeping in RICS Land Journal, October-November 2018 and earlier articles on the importance to agriculture of pollination by bees.
In this talk, Charles Oliver-Bellasis, past-chairman of the Hampshire Beekeepers' Association, explains the role of bees in agriculture and the process of beekeeping, bringing along a hive and associated equipment to illustrate his talk.
To book, please contact Guy Pullen, firstname.lastname@example.org, (t) 01844 274830