Premium Flow Hive raffle for Nepal

PUTTING their fundraising skills to the recovery in Nepal cause, the team at FlowHive are offering a hand-constructed hive as a prize in a raffle for Oxfam.

Having already raised almost $100,000 for the Vanuatu appeal, FlowHive are running another raffle for the second premium hive to roll of their production line.

It was made by Nimbin-based furniture maker Ben Robinson from quality Australian cabinet timbers and comes with everything you need to get started (that is apart from the bees).

Tickets are $5 and available until midnight on Friday, May 8, with the winner announced on Tuesday, May 12.

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