Don't forget to get some photographs to enter into the BeeCraft photo competition. We are looking for 12 outstanding bee-related photos to use as the front covers of our magazine for next year, hopefully reflecting each month. The closing date is fast approaching (1st October) and the rules can be found at
Also, if you or your Association is contemplating becoming involved with microscopy, we are now taking orders for the Microbox - in association with Brunel Microscopes - which will be available for collection at the National Honey Show. This special costs £98 and must be pre-ordered by 24th October. Further information can be found at the link below where you can also place your order
Don't forget that I have some supplies of back copies to be used for training purposes. I will email your training/education officers to remind them to email me and place an order.
It's good to be back in touch and I look forward to seeing some of you in September and October at various events.
Deputy Marketing Manager
Here you will find information on how to become a Beekeeper, what to do if you find a swarm in your garden, what's happening at your local association and more. Please take a few moments to look around the site. If you do not find what you're looking for then do contact us.
With a growing interest in Honey Bees more people are taking up Beekeeping. We provide a hub and collective support for those involved in Beekeeping to keep up to date in the latest methods of management to promote the well being of the Honey Bees we care for.
couple of hives take little
looking after, provide the reward of honey to sell, makes a great
positive contribution to the
environment and always something of a talking point with family and