For those with an interest in Ley Lines and all that, an event in the centre of the Megalithic Universe (Wiltshire)
Fri, 5th July 2013, 19:30 – 21:30 at Poulshot Village Hall, The Green, Poulshot, SN10 1SD (near Devizes)
Kennet BeeKeeper Association is hosting a talk: "Bees, ley lines & where bees are kept" - by Roger Patterson (British BeeKeepers Association Committee & Trustee)
Do bees dowse? Have you ever wondered where to best site your hives? Are ley lines just a load of hocus pocus or might they be something to consider? Interestingly, ley lines were discovered in modern times in 1921 by Alfred Watkins, who was a founder member of Herefordshire BKA!!! He was also a keen photographer and invented and patented a light exposure meter called the "Watkins Bee Meter" on account of its small size. Roger Patterson will take a look at different apiaries mainly at home and a few abroad. He will share his thoughts on siting hives and comment on some of the issues raised.