£350.00 One complete Hive.£180.00 Half share.£90.00 Quarter share.£45.00 Eighth share.
A certificate of Adoption
Photo of the Hive Installation
A Jar of our Delicious RAW Honey
Regular newsletters about your colony and the project
Sponsors, supporters, hive adopters and land owners:
John and Denise Mitchell,The Vancouver Cornish Society, Adrian Burrows, Robert Burrows, Derek White and Carys Pennant, Neil Fessey, John Kulpa, Kay and David Hicks, Tamsin Blight, Rosie Haddon, Hilly Reynolds, Nigel Skews, Jacqui Callis, Lindy McDonnell, Linda Jenks, Rosalind Chislett, Helen Melhuish, Kate Corris Kingston, Carol Allen, Christopher Gray , Little White Alice , Godolphin House, Cheyanhall Bee Group. Poppy. Proff. Sue Buckley, Dr Eric Nicholas . Dr Phil and Gilly Slater, Linda Veal .
We have been running a series of workshops since 2012 which we'll be presenting again at various venues, including Godolphin House's new Apple House in 2016 and 2019 We have set up our new Breeding and Consrvation apiary at Trelluswell, near Falmouth and will be hosting meetings and workshops throughout 2020, watch our facebook page for dates and details.
WORKSHOPS HAVE BEEN RUNNING AT GODOLPHIN FOR BOTH NATIONAL TRUST VOLUNTEERS AND THE LOCAL BEEKEEPERS ASSOCIATION.
Cornish bees has teamed up with Pollenize, the B4 Project and the Environmental Futures and Big Data Impact Lab and have installed remote hive monitoring equipment in 2 beehives stocked with Black Cornish Bees at our Godolphin Apiary, other Pollenize apiaries with remote monitoring are in Plymouth and the following sites in Cornwall:
Adopt a Cornish bee's hive and support the project to add another colony of bees. An Ideal way to help the environment and learn about the fascinating life of bees without the time commitment. A perfect gift for anybody with an interest in the environment, ecology and sustainable husbandry in Cornwall.
You'll receive a newsletter by email full of information about the project, the care of your adopted bees and information about the progress of the apiary where your adopted hive is located. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a sustainable and eco friendly project from the comfort of your own home. The money is used to create one more colony of Cornish bees which can help to maintain and develop the indigenous bee population. Without a sustainable program of beekeeping the diversity and maintenance of the countries flora and food supplies is at risk.