I sealed them up last night, and lifted them down this morning and moved them about 10 meters away. They are sitting behind a shrub, and I put some leaves in the entrance to help them reorient. Its lunchtime now and there are about 20-30 bees hanging around the original trap site. I expect they will figure it out by the end of the day. It is a bit drizzly so not too many flying. There are 2 hives and 2 Nucs and an observation hive entrance all close by so if they don't find their way back to the trap box they might join one of the other colonies.
Yes, I have another property to take them to which I will do on the weekend. I would have liked to leave them hanging on the tree for a few days then move them but I don't want to upset the neighbours.
Nice going with the 10 frame box, they are building up fast at the moment. I had to split my observation hive a couple of weeks ago. So another small NUC (started with 1 frame brood and one honey) . The obs hive drew out and filled up 2 new frames in about a week.