(17th Febuary 2013)
Lonely Planet’s authors and travel editors were asked to nominate outstanding eco-friendly hotels and hostels. From the incredible array of green stays around the world, their panel of experts hand-picked 10 of the best. We are proud to announce that travel writer James Bainsbridge (who is co-author of Lonely Planet’s Morocco guide book) nominated La Maison Anglaise and we are now in the Top 10 in the World.
La Maison Anglaise has been consistently awarded “Excellent” by our reviewers as well as Taroudant being named Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice® 2013 Winner.
(3rd November 2013)
Following the success of last year’s event at the Small World Theatre in Cardigan, Jane has arranged another circle dance evening with live music from the acclaimed band Rasalila, food, stalls and latest updates.
(14th – 21st November 2013)
Following the success of this holiday in February this year, we are offering this holiday again to fundraise for this charity as well as support the Moroccan beekeepers. The holiday provides those interested in bees with a chance to escape the British winter.
(23rd May 2013)
Jane spoke about the project at this Transition Town Event. Her talk as well as a number of other fascinating talks on bees are available to listen to at transitiontownlouth.org.uk/bees
(24th January 2013)
Lynne Ingram who came a year previously, is returning to Taroudant and will deliver another training day supported by Said, our chief guide and biologist, and “Bees for Development” training materials.
Esbjorn Aneer, who travelled from southern Spain, paid a week’s visit to help Faysal and his family to create a plan for a 3 hectare orchard which will provide fodder for bees throughout the year as well as a sustainable source of income from other products.
(18th January 2013)
An opening ceremony has been held for the Busy Bee Centre. The ceremony went down well with the local community!
(24th November 2012)
Following the success of last year’s event at the Small World Theatre in Cardigan, Jane has arranged another circle dance evening with live music, food, stalls and information. 7-11pm
(12th October 2012)
Jane had just returned from a visit to the beekeepers’ cooperative to determine the cooperative’s needs in time to attend a day’s training on beekeeping for strengthening livelihoods in developing countries when she will obtain guidance specific to the group’s needs.