The British Beekeepers’ Association
The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) exists to promote beekeeping. One of our aims is to encourage new people into this fascinating craft and to assist you by:
- Providing contact with experienced beekeepers who can help you start
- Running introductory courses
- Supporting and mentoring to help you through your first year
- Advising on the purchase of equipment
- Providing a local association as a focal point for members
An information resource for the Beekeeping Industry, set up on behalf of the National Bee Unit (NBU).
The website also provides information on the functional activities of the National Bee Unit, legislation, pests and diseases including their recognition and control, interactive maps, current research areas, publications, advisory leaflets and key contacts. For the first time it allows Beekeepers to access their own apiary, diagnostic histories and details over the web.
A website made by beekeepers for beekeepers that has the latest University Bee Research and has a bi-monthly E-Research Newsletter that is State of the Art and free to subscribers that is compiled by a global 6 person beekeeping publishing team in the UK, Ireland, USA and New Zealand (two are professors).
Brynderi Honey Farm
Brynderi Honey Farm is a family-run business in Carmarthenshire, South West Wales, producing a wonderful range of honey products and specialising in honey ice-cream!