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Central Association of Bee-Keepers
The Central Association of Bee-Keepers is a registered educational charity whose objectives are to promote and further the craft of beekeeping. By organising lectures and producing publications, the association enables beekeepers, bee scientists and others interested in bees to keep in touch with the latest research and ideas about bees and related topics. Acting as a bridge between the beekeeper and the scientist.
Federation of Irish Beekeepers' Associations
Welcome to the website of the Federation of Irish Beekeepers' Associations. The Federation represents our 45 local member associations.
Scottish Beekeepers Association
The Scottish Beekeepers Association is the national body that represents Scotland's beekeepers within the UK, throughout Europe and globally. It is a registered charity, and is run entirely by volunteers drawn from its membership.
Welsh Beekeepers Association (WBKA)
The overall aim of the WBKA is the "encouragement, improvement and advancement of beekeeping throughout Wales". We do this by providing resources for member associations and by representing the membership at a National level.
National Honey Show
The National Honey Show 27th October - 29th October 2011 at St George's College, Weybridge, Surrey KT15 2QS.
Beekeeping, books, mead, beeswax, beekeeping equipment, skin care products, books, articles plus an information service, by Camelot Country Products.
The Bee People
We are based on the outskirts of Hailsham and the majority of our customers come from East Sussex and West Kent and call to see us for their beekeeping requirements.
A new web-based initiative between the BBKA, the National Farmers Union & the Crop Protection Association to enable beekeepers to be alerted of crop spraying activities in their area. It's currently in the pilot stage in Hertfordshire but you can register your interest now.
Yalding Branch of the Kent Bee-keepers' Association.
Storm Damage Survey
As the bad weather seems to have now subsided many are left with the task of clearing up, assessing the damage and facing the challenge of moving forward to rebuild their lives; while others are still living in the chaos. The BBKA is interested to learn how many of our members have been affected so that we can if possible pull together to help those reinstate equipment and bees for those who have suffered from the hurricane force winds and flooding.
Sussex Beekeeping Education
All the Sussex Divisions offer education for beginners and experienced beekeepers. This education takes the form of practical demonstrations, theory lessons and mentoring all aimed to improve the confidence and skills of our members. In addition, the British Beekeeping Association provides an Education Framework with practical assessments and examinations.
Pesticide Action Network
Populations of bees and other insect pollinators have fallen dramatically in recent years. The reasons for these declines are complex and wide ranging, but there is little doubt that pesticides are playing a key part. PAN UK has launched this website to cut through the confusion and provide an up-to date and balanced explanation of the role of pesticides in pollinator declines.
Honey Survey 2010
BBKA Honey Survey 2010 which needs to be completed by Friday 15th October.
Adopt a Beehive
There is intense public interest and support for the honey bee, and an enduring fascination with the art of beekeeping and the hidden world within the hive, so BBKA has come up with an exciting new idea to raise much needed funds to cope with this interest - an 'Adopt a Beehive' scheme, with the help and sponsorship of Saga.