The International Bee Research Association will hold the first Honey Run on September 20 when the cars will take on the journey to Epernay in the Champagne Region of France over two days.
What does IBRA stand for?
IBRA stands for International Bee Research Association (United Kingdom)
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- Investment Balance Review
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- Iron Butt Rally (Iron Butt Association motorcycle event)
- It's Been Real
- Integrated Myocardial Backscatter Rayleigh 5
- Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency
- Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia
- International Barrel Racing Association
- International Broadcasting Association (Christian broadcaster)
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- Instituto Brasileiro do Concreto (Portugese: Brazilian Institute of Concrete)
- Instituto dos Auditores Independentes do Brasil (Brazil)
- I'll Be Right Back
- Institute of Biological Research and Biotechnology
- International Business Review Board (AMSEC)
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- In-Band, Reserved Channel
- Indiana Business Research Center
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Penny WalKer of the International Bee Research Association Bee Boles Register said: "I can confirm that this is the largest number of bee boles recorded in one wall, and it's remarKable, considering that the average number per property in Wales is 4.
Penny Walker, of the International Bee Research Association Bee Boles Register, said: "I can confirm that this is the largest number of bee boles recorded in one wall.
Jane, who works for the International Bee Research Association in North Road, Cardiff, an organisation dedicated to the protection and promotion of Mother Nature's busy friends, is full of praise for the use of honey in the kitchen.
INTERNATIONAL Bee Research Association director Richard Jones will talk about Bees of the World at the Civic Hall, Llandeilo, at 7.
Bees have been taken for granted for centuries and now were beginning to think about them, says Richard Jones, director of the International Bee Research Association, a Cardiff-based charity that raises awareness of the role of bees in the environment.
The International Bee Research Association, based at North Road, Cardiff, has organised the event for 100 delegates from 35 countries.
The International Bee Research Association said, while bee venom therapy is gaining in popularity, caution should be taken, as it has not been proven to be effective and people can suffer an allergic reaction.