Ben and Maggi regularly sell honey at the Uckfield and Hailsham farmers’ markets, they are very keen to encourage people to view bees in a positive light. They also provide talks to groups, from children to adults, promoting the importance of bees in the environment, and the benefits of honey. They also sell Beekeeping Equipment.
Mantel Farm Shop
Having enjoyed Beekeeping ourselves for the last few years we are pleased to now be able to offer a range of beekeeping equipmentto help and encourage others to do the same. We are constantly improving and updating our range of hives and equipment so please keep an eye on what is available: We strongly recommend beekeepers belong to their local Beekeeping Association for the advice and support they can offer.
Dave Cushman's Website
You may have found this site already, the well known David Cushman's website, where you can find information, albeit a somewhat personal view, on almost anything bee related,
LASI Bees | University of Sussex Online Shop
For the past 10 years, LASI (The Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects at the University of Sussex) has been doing research on honey bee hygienic behaviour. As part of this research we have been selecting, testing, breeding and rearing hygienic queens. We have received many requests over the years from beekeepers looking to obtain hygienic queens. We have established LASI Queen Bees to supply our hygienic bees to UK beekeepers.
The Bees for Development Trust – A charity that has recently been given a boost of publicity on Radio4 by one of its patrons, Bill Turnbull.
Buzz Words - Unique Cards with a Bee-friendly plantable pop-in inside
These cards are available to members at the AGM and at other HWBKA events (except Bee Banter), such as the Bee Festival, and when HWBKA is attending local village Fairs / shows
Friends of Chernobyl's Children
HWBKA are happy to promote the charity "Friends of Chernobyl's Children" who raise money to support disadvantaged children and their families living in and around the city of Mogilev in Belarus, one of the areas worst affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.