Due to unforseen circumstances, the Annual General Meeting will be postponed from the January meeting until the February meeting and there will also be a change of speaker. However, the one thing that remains the same is that the lecture subject will be about honey bees. Our very own resident scientist and peregrine watcher, Francis Hickenbottom, has stepped in and will give a presentation about honey bees and bee-keeping. Apparently, not only is he an awesome cosmologist, but is also a former bee-keeper! With no end to his talents and his relaxed public speaking manor coupled with downright enthusiasm, this will be a great lecture and one not to be missed!