Regrettably, the situation with Covid-19 means that at present there are no plans to open the Apiary
Normally the Apiary is open from early May till the first week in September. Association members as well as complete novices are encouraged to attend the Apiary on Sunday morning for practical teaching sessions during that period.
When the health emergency has passed we shall revert to our usual model.
All visitors must come suitably dressed. This means wearing a long-sleeved shirt or top, a pair of sturdy trousers, not leggings. Ideally, footwear should be wellingtons or similar. If you do not possess such footwear, then a sturdy pair of shoes and thick socks that are long enough to tuck your trouser bottoms into them.
If you have a sting allergy we would strongly advise you to avoid coming to the apiary.
We are unable to show you the bees at the Association Apiary if you have a known allergy to bee stings.
Our association apiary is located in the west of the county near East Haddon.
You do not have to be a member to come to our apiary. Visitors to our apiary have the opportunity to have hands on experience of beekeeping under the guidance of experienced beekeepers
The apiary is closed now until further notice
The apiary is on the right hand side of the road going from East Haddon to Ravensthorpe about half a mile from East Haddon.
Post Code: NN6 8BY Grid Reference: SP666 685. Please park your car on the verge opposite the apiary facing the road
Please note that there are no toilet facilities at the apiary.