The first jars of Liss Junior School honey

Last week Mr Haycock successfully extracted three frames of honey from the bee hives at Liss Junior School. There was enough honey to fill nine jars, one of which we are sending out to Kafuro for the children to taste. Six jars are being raffled at the school on the final day of term. The remaining two jars have bee given to two very special people. Readers of the blog will know that the reason Liss Junior School got beehives in the first place is down to Oscar Shepherd and Imogen Wright, who were responsible for the school getting to the national final of The School We’d Like competition and have now moved on to secondary school.

Oscar’s jar of honey was sent home with his sister while Imogen came in collect her jar after school. She has promised to feedback how the honey tastes.

Imogen with the very first jar of Liss Junior School honey

Imogen with the very first jar of Liss Junior School honey

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