Beard the bees at Quince Honey Farm

Ian Wallace at Quince Honey Farm in South Molton shows how a proper beard of bees should be cultivated. Ian Wallace at Quince Honey Farm in South Molton shows how a proper beard of bees should be cultivated.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
1:19 PM

Live bee beard shows plus new Critter Cabin awaiting at the South Molton attraction.

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LIVE bee beard shows will be taking place at Quince Honey Farm in South Molton on Saturday and Sunday, April 12-13.

The phenomena of standing stock still while thousands of bees cover the face is something that has been perfected by the brave staff at the attraction, with the live shows sure to create something of a buzz.

The new building above the new museum at the farm will be hosting bee and bee beard talks, plus there will be an Easter egg hunt as well as cute bunnies and chicks in the popular play area.

Plus, from this Saturday (April 5), Quince is officially opening its newest attraction, the Critter Cabin, with the opportunity to meet its many creepy-crawly inmates.

Doris the Tarantula, giant African snails, pancake slugs, stick insects, dead leaf mantis and many more are all eager to make your acquaintance!

Find out more at www.quincehoneyfarm.co.uk

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