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Sheffield Beekeepers Association (SBKA)

Sheffield Beekeepers Association exists to promote, support and further the craft of Amateur beekeeping. To raise awareness and educate the general public of the importance of bees and beekeeping to the environment.


Sheffield Beekeepers' Association is open to all beekeepers and people interested in beekeeping in Sheffield and surrounding areas. The association provides a forum for members to meet, discuss and learn about beekeeping and has monthly meetings with talks by experienced beekeepers, question and answer sessions and presentations.

The objects of the association are:
• To promote, support and further the craft of amateur beekeeping for all its members
• To raise awareness to the importance of bees and beekeeping to the environment

SBKA started in January 2011 and aims to:
• provide training courses for experienced beekeepers, beginners and
• provide assistance with discounted purchases and specialised
• run Honey Shows
• provide information on how to produce honey and allied products for
sale and present prize winning products for the show bench.
• develop "queen rearing" as students progress

Meets in S7 (2nd Wednesday of each month).

Who to contact

Contact Name
Association Secretary

Where to go

Nether Edge Club
Moncrieffe Road
South Yorkshire

Inclusion Information

Wheelchair Access

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