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Ours was an impromptu drive by visit.....we've always had a fascination for bee keeping so seemed a good idea.
I think we were the first visitors of the day so it was pretty quiet but we had a great time. The young lady running the...More
Feeling somewhat duped.
This was a drive by visit and we were seduced by the impressive signs such that we expected to see a working Bee project. Sadly, nothing of the sort, a bee exhibition with an entry fee was the nearest we got.
After a tiring walk a family group of 8 of us, we landed at the bee centre for a much desired cream tea. The cafe is upstairs and provided a warm, communal and a relaxed environment with a range of games, reading material and a...More
Stumbled across the Bee Centre by chance, but I'm glad we didn't miss it. We received Avery warm welcome by all the staff and had a delightful lunch in the Cafe.
On the Bee side it's amazing to watch bees inside live hives. Coming and...More
When we asked our (now) 7 year old what she wanted to do on her Birthday, she said she wanted to visit the Bee Centre again to try some honey, make a candle and go to the cafe. She was very happy to do all...More