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Images of the Jersey Beekeepers Association Honey Show taking place at the Hotel Savoy including judges Emile Dupuy and Stan Renouf looking at the entries and president Maurice Gautier with a display of his beekeeping products [image N] [from JEP 20/11/1980 p 23 and 1].
Date: November 18th 1980 - November 18th 1980
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1980/5908
Images of a triple presentation taking place at Jersey Cheshire Home, Rope Walk, near South Hill [from JEP 1983/01/21, p.31]. A £900 cheque has been presented by Manager of the Hotel Metropole, David Lord, with the money having been raised by raffles in 1982. St Lawrence School has presented a collage. Alan Maddocks, in his role as Manager of Williams and Glyn's Bank has presented a flower pedestal. President of the Jersey Beekeepers Association Morris Gautier has presented jars of honey. Pictured from left to right are: Alan Maddocks, Head of the Cheshire Home Barbara Brown, Jean Horsman, Morris Gautier, Yvonne Poulain, June Besliévre, David Lord, St Lawrence School pupils Adam Ward and Lisa Le Sueur and Hayley Le Gros, St Lawerence School teacher Martin Laignel, and Rosemary Fox.
Date: January 20th 1983 - January 20th 1983
Photographer: Barbara Pitman
JEP Photographic Job Number: 1983/178.
Diary of K H Le Sueur of Moreno, Old Beaumont Hill, 1937. Includes entries regarding: the death of Tixum [Amelia Jane Vautier], aged 74, on 29 January; Kath's [Kathleen Le Sueur, née de Carteret] 37th birthday on 17 February; Kenneth joining the staff of Bellingham on 3 May; the recipe for Mrs Wright's Christmas pudding; notes for medicinal cures; and addresses of various individuals. Also includes a miniature poster advertising Jersey honey produced by the Jersey Bee-Keepers Association, and a 6d postage stamp.
Date: January 1st 1937 - December 31st 1937
Talk by Mr Sam Renouf to the Channel Islands Occupation Society on beekeeping during the occupation. Introduction by a member of the CIOS. Talks about the Jersey Beekeepers Association which was founded during the First World War by the Société Jersiaise, the industry's development, the lessening opportunities for beekeeping now as a result of the lessening of the agriculture industry, methods of extracting honey from hives, people who used to keep bees in Jersey, starting beekeeping as a hobby after the Great War and the equipment he used, advantage of keeping bees during the occupation, how hives were made during the occupation and the improvisation was necessary, being short of beeswax, methods of encouraging bees, a great deal of stealing by german soldiers and russian prisoners of war, attempts to prevent stealing by various methods including camouflage, putting it on the roof and in somebody's bedroom, deaths of bees due to gunfire, lack of honey due to trees being cut down for fuel, his allowance of petrol, looking after other people's hives, handing over honey for hospitals and the sick in place of medicine, trees that bees like, making of mead which was kept for liberation, improvisation with food, different places that he kept bees, keeping and making crystal radio sets, requisition of tyres by the germans but Mr Renouf kept his, inspections by the germans of his vehicles, requests by the germans for honey, moving bees, supplying bees for different people, experiences of being shelled whilst fishing, getting salt from the sea at Le Fret, needing sugar for the hives, reproduction and numbers of bees, how long bees live for, what bumble bees are, the treating of wounds with honey and pollen, value of honey and pollen, his experience of a trip to Russia for a beekeeping conference and the different techniques of beekeeping in Russia.
Date: January 6th 1982 - January 6th 1982
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