Gardening for bees

With the National Pollinators Strategy in full swing we could all do more to plant our gardens in optimisation for our hungry honeybees.



Project: Bees in Schools

Bees should be in every school in the UK! That's our mission anyway. Can you help?


Author: Claire Hartry

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. We can only help if they are honeybees.



Save the Bees

Bees are facing a number of problems in the UK. Here are some ideas to enable you to act to help in whatever way you can.


Author: Claire Hartry

Target amount: £100,000.00

Amount raised: £0.00



  • Apiary and Education

    We currently use our Apiary only 10 - 12 days maximum throughout the year to conduct beekeeping exams and assessments. Our aim is to turn it into a fee free visitor centre to teach as many people as possible about the magic of bees and pollinators. Read more

Asian Hornet

  • Identifying Asian Hornet

    Become a citizen scientist and learn how to identify this invasive species that is a threat to UK honeybees Read more

Spring Convention

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  • Bees Needs Week

    One of the world's most famous shopping destinations in London, Carnaby Street will be renamed Carnabee Street for Bees Needs Week this year 8-14 July on now! Read more

  • First Asian hornet of 2019 found in Hampshire

    The first Asian Hornet of 2019 on UK mainland has been found in New Milton in Hampshire close to the New Forest. Read more

  • Cumbrian beekeeping school wins Government award

    Children at Heron Hill Primary School in Kendal, Cumbria are delighted to be winners of a 'Year of Green Action' award from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA). Read more

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