BeeWild for Kids is now live ! Kids will have the opportunity to learn about the world of bees, growing food and farmlife.
Think ‘rewilding’ and learning in a space that is perfect for a child’s understanding of our natural world.
Kids will have the opportunity to ask questions, build a beehive, taste honey and get up close and personal with plants.
The workshop takes place at Ballinookera Farm, Whitegate, East Cork. (2kms from Inch Beach).
Price : Child 20€ / Adult 25€
Date: Please contact to arrange. Time : 12-1:30pm
Message to reserve your spot. Places are limited.
Cash / or click Revolut Link for payment.
I cannot wait for you to experience this. It’s something you won’t have seen before.Once booking has been made, more details will be sent.
Much love, Kate
** If you wish to reserve for a future time, please contact me, private groups are welcome.
** Cancellation Policy – strictly no refunds, however you do have the option to reschedule and attend the next workshop ❤
Exploring the Poly Tunnel
We loved Katie’s place, we thought it was really really cool, we got to build a hive and learn loads about bees, I never knew about scout bees before and now I understand why people say as busy as a bee’ ‘I loved the greenhouse and eating the strawberry!
Jenny: I brought my daughter and her friend to BeeWild as a birthday present. It is so nice to have an experience as a present. The girls really enjoyed it as they are both very into nature and the environment. Kate is very enthusiastic and engaging and full of positive energy. The girls thought she was great and were delighted to learn about the bees, the hives and the honey. We also explored the polytunnel, fed the chickens, planted seeds and dug some spuds and had some cake. I would wholeheartedly recommend this as a good day out for kids. Inch beach is very near also for a swim afterwards.
Kate : We had a great afternoon learning all about bees and how important they are. Kate was a great host, giving us tasty drinks to start off the session, providing different honeys to taste and providing a wealth of information about the intricacies of the life of bees. Really interesting day out for both adults and children alike!Roisins favourite part was tasting the honey and Tom favourite part was “Everything” and also seeing the chickens!
Ditte : Me and my daughter spent a beautiful morning with Kate, learning about bees, farms and nature. I always found beekeeping very interesting, i even did a mini course about it. But i knew there was something wrong with that approach. It just didn’t feel right, to check the bees every week, kill the unnecessary eggs, cut the wings of the queens and give them a lot of medication for the winter. Instead of all the controlling, Kate showed us a loving way, how to cooperate with the bees and nature. Helping them to do their job, getting a bit of honey, but not making a big business of it.
Now i’m happy enough to put a box in one of my trees and invite the bees to my garden. Thank you so much!