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Contact Us

As a membership group, we do not operate a permanent office or have a dedicated telephone contact.

To contact us, please email using the form below. Be sure to select from the topics listed, to help us best route your email to the correct function within the Assoc.

Contact the Mid Bucks BKA…

For Honey Bee Swarm reporting:
If you think you have a swarm of honey bees, please DO NOT use this contact form, as we will not be able to respond promptly enough. If you think you have a swarm of honey bees, please click here.

To contact a MBBKA Committee Member or role directly:
If you wish to email them directly, the MBBKA Committee email addresses can be found by clicking here.

For all other matters, please use the contact form below and select the option that best matches your reason for contacting us.

*  Those fields on the Contact Form marked with a red asterisk are required to be able to send from this contact form.

Regarding requests for School Visits and Fetes with our Observation Hive for the remainder of 2024

We are sorry to say that we are unable to accept anymore requests for school visits and fetes with bees in our observation hive for the remainder of this year.
If you are looking to place a request into 2025, please do submit this request below.

We look forward to hearing from you and we will respond as quickly as we can.

How we are trying to manage spam & GDPR…
To avoid spam emails, we use Google ReCaptcha to eliminate inappropriate emails and those sent by ‘bots.’ For the purposes of GDPR, by pressing ‘Send‘, you consent to having this website store your submitted information, so we can respond to your enquiry.

Honey Bee Swarm Reporting

If you think you have a swarm of honey bees, you have two options…

Within South Bucks

To locate a honey bee swarm collection volunteer within South Bucks county via the South Bucks Swarm Collection Resource, please...

Elsewhere in Bucks and/or the county edges and wider UK

To locate a swarm collection volunteer elsewhere within Bucks or elsewhere in the country, via the steps on the British Beekeepers Association Swarm Reporting page, please...

Please note:

The swarm collectors map, on either site, will enable you to find the contact details of beekeepers local to your area who are willing to collect and re-home honey bee swarms.

Please remember that our beekeepers are volunteers and that there are certain circumstances where we will not be able to help – for instance if the swarm is established within the fabric of a building or are located high up in a tree.
In such instances you may still need to contact a professional pest controller to remove the swarm.