There are many other organisations of interest to those wishing to know more about bees and how they affect our life
Here are links to some of them
Bees Abroad is a small UK-registered charity seeking to reduce poverty through beekeeping. Volunteer Project Managers assess and support beekeeping projects in developing countries world wide. They use their expertise, working in the local community group to develop viable projects which will become self-sustainable.
Beekeeping is an effective way for poor people to strengthen their livelihoods and fight poverty. Bees for Development provides information to assist them. We work at the heart of an international network of people and organisations involved with apiculture in developing countries.
BIBBA is the acronym of the Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association.
BIBBA was founded in 1964, by Beowulf Cooper and others, for the conservation, restoration, study, selection and improvement of the native and near-native honey bees of Britain and Ireland (Apis mellifera mellifera L.).
Membership of BIBBA is open to those who are interested in producing high quality native and near-native honey bees.
Buzzworks is a community group that was originally set up in 2007 to educate the public about bees and their importance to the environment and to promote beekeeping.
They have been awarded funding to build and fence a wildlife pond in their community garden.
The Central Association of Beekeepers is a registered educational charity whose objectives are to promote and further the craft of beekeeping. By organising lectures and producing publications, the association enables beekeepers, bee scientists and others interested in bees to keep in touch with the latest research and ideas about bees and related topics. It acts as a bridge between the beekeeper and the scientist.
CONBA-UK was established in 1978 to promote the aims and objectives of the national beekeeping associations of England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Its purpose is to represent the interests of beekeepers with local, national and international authorities.
As part of our new revolutionary Ethical Operating Plan we are extending the Plan Bee campaign to address the decline of other ‘at risk’ pollinators such as bumblebees, butterflies and moths.
Welcome to the First Honey Co-operative which aims to help British Beekeepers to produce and market their honey.
We are a non-profit making company supporting beekeepers in the UK.
British honey from our bees is produced in a sustainable way and our bees are managed in a non-intensive way with minimal use of chemicals.
Hives Save Lives' vision is the alleviation of poverty in Africa.
Hives Save Lives creates opportunities for self-sufficiency and income generation through beekeeping - helping people to help themselves.They also provide practical support in the form of hives, training and equipment, delivered directly to those who need it most.
The Instrumented Hive Project is an independent group of experienced beekeepers formed to study honey bee social organization and to encourage and support new beekeepers to take up the craft. Primarily based in N Devon they use modern technology to study the activity of honey bees.