March’s Sweet Talking Luncheon Guest
Our guest at this month’s luncheon comes with a very strong message and one that deserves our attention.
Bees need our help and if we don’t consider their plight we could well be handed pots of pollen with a brush and be expected to pollinate the flowers ourselves!
That’s the worst case scenario, however our speaker, Phil Sharman from The Honey Company has a very positive message which all of us will find engaging.
He’ll also be bringing a strong drink, infused Honey Gin and Fever tree tonic from the Keepr’s Infused Spirits and British Honey range.
Looking forward to toasting your health and the health of the bees on 16th March, you can book your table here.
About Phil Sharman
Phil Sharman spent 32 years in the Army leaving as a Lieutenant Colonel with a background in logistics, explosives, IT and project management. For the next 10 years he worked as a consultant in the mobile phone industry, finishing op with Nokia Siemens Networks as Head of Consultant Development for Europe.
Having decided he had had enough of work, and finally having time to himself, Phil decided to find out more about a subject that had fascinated him for a number of years – beekeeping.
Eight years later he is now the Chairman of Oxfordshire Beekeepers. Four years ago he teamed up with Michael Williams who was concerned about the plight of the honeybee.
This resulted in in the setting up the Oxford Honey Company, which later changed its name to The British Honey Company.
You can find out more here: www.britishhoney.com