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Whether we use our green space for pleasure or as a vegetable plot we can all enjoy the rewards of planting for bees.
KBKA collaborate with local schools, community groups and business to raise awareness of the importance of honeybees to our environment, society and the economy
Links to Beekeeping Associations, Bee Health and Regulations, and general information
Our members come from all backgrounds. There are various types of membership and you can support us by joining our club.
We welcome experienced and new beekeepers alike. We are essentially a teaching apiary, preparing newcomers for the fascinating, rewarding yet demanding pastime of beekeeping.
What to do – are they bees or wasps – and who to call
Fairs, farmers markets and from the apiary – where to buy our delicious honey
From complete novice to experienced – we have a comprehensive range of courses including taster days, theory and practical courses.
In this section you’ll find some mouth-watering recipes for food and drink made using honey.