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Just Bee at the Castle

Start Date: 27 May 2019
End Date: 27 May 2019

The Kids will enjoy this fun and informative event Just Bee at Manorbier Castle this May Half Term

Just Bee will be bringing their observation hive (completely sealed!) complete with Queen and her team of busy bees, comically named ‘Girls on Tour’. You will be able to see the fascinating insight to the workings of a honey bee hive.

Come along and see Bella who will be happy to show and explain to all ages the working of the bees and the hive right up to the end product and the health benefits the wax and honey has.  Then you can buy some of her beautiful handmade products. 

Cafe open all day. Enjoy the castle and gardens.



Manorbier Castle
SA70 7SY

T: 01834 870081



10.30am and 4pm



Normal castle Admission applies. 

Adults £5.50
Seniors £4
Children £3
Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £15







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