The homeowner at Charlton Heights, Wantage, found Honeybees in their lapboard shed.  In fact, the building was formerly a sauna which was built by the previous occupant who was a jockey.  Behind the lapboard (see photo below) was a cavity which was 30cm deep and filled with insulation.  I just couldn’t get the bees out because they kept retreating further into the large cavity.

The homeowner wanted me to dismantle the shed so the bees could be removed.  I turned down her request, seeing as I am not in the building demolition business.

Honeybees found in lapboard shed. In fact, the building was formerly a sauna. Behind the lapboard was a cavity which was 30cm deep and filled with insulation. Virtually impossible to get the bees out. #BeehiveYourself, #WantageHoney, #BeesInShed
Honeybees found in lapboard shed
Bees entering shed through knot hole. The shed, which was formerly a sauna, is located at Charlton Heights in Wantage. #BeehiveYourself, #WantageHoney, Beehive Yourself, Wantage Honey,
Bees entering shed through knot hole

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