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Archive Film Footage - Memory Stick


Perfect to show at the end of a meeting or during those long winter evenings! Read more

BBKA Guide to Beekeeping – 2nd edition


The BBKA Guide to Beekeeping introduces the reader to beekeeping, including topics on the workings of the colony, the structure of a hive, how to acquire bees and keep them healthy and what happens in each month in a beekeeping year. Read more

BBKA Medal


The perfect keepsake or to reward a Beekeeping achievement. Ideal to present to long serving member of your branch. There is space on the reverse for an inscription. Read more

BBKA News – In the Apiary


This special edition takes you through a year in the apiary with ideas, tips and recommendations. This publication came about by popular demand for something suitable for new beekeepers. Read more

BBKA News - Practical Mead-Making - NEW


Very useful overview of all the different kinds of mead followed by details of equipment and ingredients needed to make mead Read more

BBKA News - Queen Rearing


The purpose of this BBKA News Special Issue is to help those looking to improve their skills and knowledge of queen-rearing, lessening the need to import queens from abroad which can increase the risks of spreading diseases. Read more

Healthy Hive Guide - NEW


This Healthy Hive Guide is intended to help you identify the problems in your hive. Read more

Honey Bee Anatomy Acetates - NEW


Owen Meyer, whilst General Secretary of the BBKA in the 1980s, produced acetate sheets showing the anatomy of the honey bee. BBKA has decided to reintroduce them. Read more

Swarms - DVD


Swarms and Swarm Prevention Techniques This DVD covers the main reasons for bees initiating the swarming process and easy ways of manipulating hives to reduce or control the natural swarming tendencies of managed bees. Read more