Join us in the Brood Chamber to get under the chitin of pollinators
after our summer break we're back and ready to start the "Brood Chamber", a regular pollinator study group at Henry House in Worthing.
Taking place once a month, the Brood Chamber is a new meet-up group with its own study library where we will host talks, films and group discussion to better understand pollinators, their behaviour and relationships with us and how we can help improve their local environment and ecology.
The aim of the group is to provide an introduction to pollinators and beekeeping with a view of some of us signing up to a beekeeping course next Spring to eventually support the many hives of the Worthing Honey Collective as volunteer beekeepers.
The Brood Chamber will open its doors on a Wednesday once a month from 6.30pm to 8.30pm - 19th September, 10th October, 21st November, 16th January, 20th February and 20th March - and sessions will be charged at £5 each to help us fund talks by local experts and pay for member beekeeping suits in future.
As core supporters of the Worthing Honey Collective we wanted to give you the opportunity to sign up via firstname.lastname@example.org before we release the general sign up on Friday this week.
Spaces are limited to 15 and we very much hope to see some of you at our first session on the 19th of September to also say thank you for your support in person.
For more information and to get your name added to the brood email us at email@example.com
Yours, the Worthing Honey Collective - pollinated by local social enterprise We Are FoodPioneers CIC x
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