This is the main information page for the BBKA Spring Convention 2020. It contains information about the trade show, accommodation, and workshops and lectures. The Spring Convention is the Beekeeping Event of the Year! Read more
University of Edinburgh have let us know about a PhD opportunity in honeybee breeding for health and production. Read more
The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) annual survey of how much honey they have harvested from their bees shows the highest yield in 10 years. The average crop was 40.25 pounds of honey. Read more
We could all do more to plant our gardens for our hungry honeybees.
Buy through the gift shop to donate to BBKA
Bees should be in every school in the UK! That's our mission anyway. Can you help?
Honeybees face several threats from climate change to loss of forage to the use of pesticides and pests and diseases. We need your help to finance research into how we can combat these threats.
We currently use our Apiary only 10 - 12 days maximum throughout the year to conduct beekeeping exams and assessments. It will become a visitor centre to teach as many people as possible about the magic of bees and pollinators and we need help to achieve it. Read more
Become a citizen scientist and learn how to identify this invasive species that is a threat to UK honeybees Read more
SEE YOU AT THE BBKA SPRING CONVENTION 3,4,5 APRIL 2020
A calendar from National Bee Supplies is raising money for the BBKA and may be the perfect Christmas gift for someone you love. Read more
A second Asian Hornet nest has been found near the first in Christchurch in Dorset. Read more