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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockhouse View Post
    £1000 fine apparently if he kills the hive.
    Really but I'm sure I've seen pest control offering these services. Even the http://www.bpca.org.uk suggest getting a trained pest controller out.

    ahhh noticed this at the bottom of the bpca site

    PLEASE NOTE: Due to ethical reasons, not all pest control companies will treat for bees so you may have to contact multiple companies
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    I'm probably the only one that hasn't already spotted it but Innerest was Gittens Gal favourite term as well wasn't it?
    A mere typo my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    I think someone else pointed it out a week or so ago.
    I and two or three others have pointed out about five times over the last couple of months.

    But PiaP's posts have seemed OK on the whole recently, so I didn't dwell on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    They are endangered.

    If you do any gardening you would have seen in the last decade or so stuff on bees being endangered.
    The OP could pay a beekeeper to literally roll up their sleeves and delve around inside the nest with their bare arm until they find the queen and then gently extract her and place her in a beehive. Once the rest of the hive has joined her, the hive can be driven away on the back of a pick up truck.

    (But don't try this at home if you've eaten any spicy food in the last few days, or you'll seriously upset the bees! )
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    NLUK has been struggling with just one Bee for over a year. I'd just buy a new house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Blue Plymouth View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlHoot View Post
    I and two or three others have pointed out about five times over the last couple of months.

    But PiaP's posts have been completely dull and pointless on the whole recently, so I didn't dwell on it.
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    Try taking a wee on it.

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