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The Scottish Beekeepers’ Association is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation, registered in Scotland, number SC009345.
© 2015 the Scottish Beekeepers’ Association, and authors of individual articles.
Scottish Beekeepers Association
The Scottish Beekeepers Association, founded in 1912, is the national beekeeping body for Scotland. We represent our members at national and international level.
The association was first registered as a Scottish charity in 1942, and became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) on 9 December 2014.
The SBA is entirely independent of any other UK beekeeping associations. It does not employ any paid staff and so everyone who contributes to the work of the association is a volunteer.
Overwintering Survey 2014 / 2015
If you have not already done so, please make sure to complete this survey by the end of June 2015. Details and questionnaires from the surveys page …
Webmaster / John Durkacz 28 April 2015
Founds a bees’ nest in your house or garden?
This is the time of year when bees, both honeybees and wild bees, are often found establishing nests in gardens, trees, under sheds etc. We receive many calls from members of the public requesting help and advice in dealing with these situations. Please refer to the self-
Webmaster, 24 June 2015
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