Update August 2020Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are aware that many of you have been thinking how you can stage a honey show. Here are two options you might like to explore, a fully risk assessed show where honey is judged under distance and cleanliness guidelines or a virtual show which may include honey judging or categories that are easier to enter online such as the show put on by Devon Beekeepers below: Honey shows should be risk assessed and all aspects of the show being considered as part of the risk assessment.Venues will be following guidelines and restrictions on numbers which might make it impossible to stage a honey show.Associations wishing to go ahead should carry out their own risk assessment.A honey show should be considered a place of work for your judges and stewards and any other volunteers – Covid Risk Assessment Guidance is subject to change and may vary regionally at short notice.https://www.gov.uk/coronavirusDevon Beekeepers have held their show virtually, and have displayed the results of each class online. Honey Show Rules (Leaflet 22, 2016) For those arranging a Honey Show and needing a Judge here is the link to the list of BBKA Show Judges The Honey in Food Regulations 2015 came into force on 24th June 2015. Please make use of the reading material available from the link provided. There was also an article in the December 2015 edition of BBKA News Magazine about honey labelling. You can find this in the BBKA News Archive website.