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British Beekeepers’ Association
The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA), registered charity 212025, was founded in 1874 and today it represents, at national level, the interests of 20,000 amateur beekeeper members and the 3 billion honey bees they care for when pollination activity is at its peak

Bee Base – National Bee Unit
The National Bee Unit has been involved in the control of bee pests and diseases and training for beekeepers for over 60 years

Suffolk Beekeepers’ Association
The Association is a thriving community of over 400 beekeepers, with branches in Ipswich, Leiston, Stowmarket, Waveney, West Suffolk and the University of East Anglia in Norwich. Its purpose is to promote good beekeeping.

Bee Craft Magazine

The Official Journal of the British Beekeepers’ Association


Surrey Beekeeper

The Surrey beekeeper website has been set up to cater for all beekeepers; new and old. Primarily set up as a blog it expanded into an online shop and general online resource for beekeepers in 2011.


http://www.beekeepingforum.co.uk/


http://www.avasflowers.net/a-guide-to-beekeeping-from-flowers-to-harvesting

as recommended by Jack Kitchen With the decline of the honeybee population in the United States, beekeeping has become a popular backyard hobby for many nature enthusiasts. Beekeeping is a great way to support the local ecosystem by creating a hive of your very own pollinators.

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