Barcelona Honey Festival
11 am - 8 pm, 20 May, 2017
Parc de la Ciutadella Poblenou, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
Visit the Flow Hive stall and hear a presentation from Stuart Anderson at this exciting festival.
On 20 May, Flow Hive co-inventor Stuart Anderson will join a collection of bee enthusiasts from all over the world in beautiful Barcelona to celebrate and champion the humble honey bee.
The Barcelona Honey Festival is a free, family-friendly event that promotes the importance of urban beekeeping in Barcelona and worldwide. It aims to disseminate and increase social consciousness on the importance of the honeybee, their role in pollination and food production, as well as the ways we can all help to protect them.
Stu will be on hand to give a presentation at 1pm, which includes a personal account of the story of the Flow Frames—a honey harvesting invention 10 years in the making, underpinned by a love of bees. The Flow team also has a stall in the festival marketplace, where you can meet Stu in person and view the Flow Frame technology up close.
Come along to meet Stu, and enjoy some of the other activities on offer during the day
- Bee Talks
- Demonstrations and workshops
- Creative Zone
- Gastronomy Zone
Can’t make it to Barcelona? You may be able to join one of the other events Stu will be attending in the UK and Europe; take a look at the tour dates here.
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