The Mid Bucks Beekeepers Association was founded in 1946 to serve
the needs of Beekeepers in the central area of Buckinghamshire
bounded by Great Missenden to the south, Winslow to the north, the
counties of Herts and Oxon to the east and west. With more than 200 members the Association has a
thriving and active membership who strive to support their fellow
beekeepers as well as providing related educational services to the
We hold meetings on the third Wednesday of the month, during the
winter invited speakers present on different aspects of beekeeping
as well as other general topics. During the summer the meetings are
of a more practical nature and are held at our Training Apiary in
the outskirts of Aylesbury.
There are 4 area Beekeeping Associations within Buckinghamshire
which form the county
Association supporting over 500 beekeepers across Bucks.
We run a New Beekeepers Course each year starting
in February, if you are interested in joining our 2016 course please
Association we run a swarm hotline for members of the public who
discovered a swarm.
Before calling the number please first go
BBKA website to confirm that you have actually discovered a
swarm of honeybees. Last year of 80% of the calls we received
were for Bumblebees which we cannot help you with.
The swarm number is:
Membership of the is open to all who have
an interest in bees and beekeeping. We provide a varied
programme of winter meetings, practical help with beekeeping &
advice on many beekeeping matters. Partners & family of all
member grades are welcome to attend local Association events.
For further information can be found
Working for the Conservation of Bees
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