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public liability Insurance

We offer insurance.cover within our policy that covers individual beekeepers, who are members of the BBKA (whether joining as individual members, or as registered or partner members of their local association that is in turn a member of the BBKA).

The public liability Policy relates to beekeeping activities of those members noted above in the UK and has a £10,000,000 limit of liability. A Members liability Verification Certificate is available for members attending farmers markets etc., where proof of cover is required (see insurance.D...

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public liability Insurance

We offer insurance.cover within our policy that covers individual beekeepers, who are members of the BBKA (whether joining as individual members, or as registered or partner members of their local association that is in turn a member of the BBKA).

The public liability Policy relates to beekeeping activities of those members noted above in the UK and has a £10,000,000 limit of liability. A Members liability Verification Certificate is available for members attending farmers markets etc., where proof of cover is required (see insurance.D...

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Houses of Parliament Honey Fair

MPs and members of the public are invited to attend the Houses of Parliament Honey Fair at Portcullis House Wednesday 14 September 3-5pm.

For immediate release MPs and members of the public, who are entitled, will have a chance to find out about all aspects of beekeeping at a special Honey Fair which is being staged in Portcullis House in Westminster on Wednesday 14th of September 3-5pm.   The show is being organised by the ...

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BeeBase

BeeBase is an invaluable resource for beekeepers that is run by the National Bee Unit. Not only is BeeBase part of the network of information available to help and guide beekeepers, it is also there to help you take the necessary action to protect your colonies from any known disease outbreaks in your area.

Once you register, the NBU can alert you to any disease outbreaks and arrange to inspect your colonies if necessary. That way you ensure that the early action necessary to protect your colonies is taken. You can register online as a Beekeeper and can request a free apiary visit from your local ...

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Join Us

Becoming a member of the British Beekeepers Association brings its own benefits and rewards. You will join a community of over 20,000 beekeepers and contribute toward research.

Membership of the BBKA brings many rewards, whether you join via your local association or direct. Membership benefits: Information and advice on beekeeping Online resources - education/training, forum, etc £10m third party public liability insurance.  £10m product liability ...

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Terms & Conditions

BBKA's legal stance on the content and use of material within this website.

British Beekeepers’ Association (BBKA) cannot be held responsible for shortfalls in online time where the site is down for maintenance, host failure or database loss. Copyright All text and images on this web site are the © copyright property of the original authors or the BBKA. No cop...

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Beekeeping Journals

Here are links to a selection of journals and magazines

American Bee Journal The oldest bee magazine printed in the English language. Amateur, professional and scientific news  http://wwwAustralasion Beekeeper Articles of interest to both commercial and hobbyist beekeepers BeeCraft  Monthly publication for the beginner andd seasoned apiari...

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Asian Hornet outbreak contained says DEFRA

An outbreak of Asian hornets has been successfully contained by bee inspectors who promptly tracked down and destroyed their nest in Gloucestershire. Asian hornets were first discovered in the Tetbury area in September, but the National Bee Unit moved swiftly to find the nest and remove it. No further live Asian hornets have been seen since the nest was treated with pesticide and removed in early October. Two dead Asian hornets were discovered in separate locations close by in north Somerset, but no nests or live hornets have been located by inspectors and there have been no further sightings.

Asian hornet outbreak contained in Gloucestershire and Somerset   An outbreak of Asian hornets has been successfully contained by bee inspectors who promptly tracked down and destroyed their nest in Gloucestershire.   Asian hornets were first discovered in the Tetbury area in September...

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One in three mouthfuls of the food we eat is dependent on pollination at a time when a crisis is threatening the world's honey bees.

The BBKA was set up in 1874 to promote and further the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment. It is the UK's leading organisation representing beekeepers. We promote: the importance of bees in the environment support for...

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About

The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA), registered charity 212025, was founded in 1874 and today it represents, at national level, the interests of 24,000 amateur beekeeper members and the 3 billion honey bees they care for when pollination activity is at its peak

Our charitable objectives are ‘to further and promote the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment. Education of the very significant numbers of new beekeepers and research projects into health are important areas of current ac...

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