Franky Knibbs and Emma Knott prepare to inspect our bee hives. It is an important day today, as the beekeepers are attempting to create a controlled swarm so that we can populate another hive with bees.
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Other Twinning Project Blogs
- Greetings as we go for our holiday (Sheet and Kyambura Primary Schools Blog)
- PE at Mahyoro (The West Meon & Mahyoro Primary Schools Blog)
- A message from Mahyoro (The West Meon & Mahyoro Primary Schools Blog)
- November 2015 (Sheet and Kyambura Primary Schools Blog)
- Katunguru July & August 2015 (The Hart Plain Junior & Katunguru Primary Schools Blog)
- Visit to Bukorwe – August 2015 (The Clanfield Junior School & Bukorwe Primary School Blog)
- Some Ugandan wildlife. (The Clanfield Junior School & Bukorwe Primary School Blog)
- Visit to Uganda July 2014 (The Hart Plain Junior & Katunguru Primary Schools Blog)