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  • Courses and education

    Our charity raises the standards of beekeeping through its exam structure.

  • Find beekeeping near you

    Please scroll over our BBKA map to find branches and members who can help you on your way to becoming a beekeeper.

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  • Spring Convention and Trade Show

    13th-15th April 2018 (Trade Show 14th only). Website wristband bookings close 3rd April. Click here for further information about availability, both after 3rd April and at Harper Adams. The Convention is the event of the BBKA year. We welcome members and non-members alike and hope to see you all there!

  • Adopt a Beehive

    Honey bees need your help! Do you want to help honey bees without getting your hands sticky? Adopt A Beehive with the BBKA and you will be supporting vital research into honey bee health, and education into good bee husbandry.

  • Swarm removal

    Beekeepers are often approached about winged, flying creatures, especially in the spring and summer period, when they are their most active simply working and are no cause for alarm.

  • Should I keep bees?

    Bees are a vital instrument in our global food security. Honey is a wonderful natural resource and beekeepers are generally speaking very well balanced and calm people…

  • Become a beekeeping school

    Join the BBKA as a School Member and teach your children about all the important work bees do for our wellbeing and the environment

  • Gardening for bees

    With the National Pollinator’s Strategy in full swing we could all do more to plant our gardens in optimisation for our hungry honeybees. Find a link to DEFRA’s honeybee planting advice here.

  • Examinations & Assessments

    Whether you seek recognition of your basic beekeeping skills or to share your knowledge with the new beekeepers joining your local branch we have something for you.

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Honey bees need your help! Do you want to help honey bees without getting your hands sticky? Adopt A Beehive with the BBKA and you will be supporting vital research into honey bee health, and education into good bee husbandry.


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