The London Beekeepers' Association




We are grateful to Ashurst for sponsoring our forage-creation programmme.

Please contact us if you'd like to find out how you can support our education, training and forage-creation projects.

   

The London Beekeepers' Association (LBKA) is a volunteer-run members' organisation and Registered Charity that represents the interests of beekeepers and urban beekeeping in the central London area (see neighbouring associations). We provide education and advice, promoting responsible bee keeping and raising awareness of the issues affecting bees.

If you live in London and already keep bees, intend to do so or are simply interested in this fascinating hobby, LBKA is the association for you. Even if you don't keep bees, joining us will help support our cause, our campaigns and education programmes.


Join us for member benefits and to support us.

Discuss through Facebook & Twitter.

All welcome to many of our events.

Find out how to plant for pollinators.

Read our recent newsletters.

Download our new glossy leaflets.

Upcoming events

Sun
09
Jul
This event is organised by LBKA.Sunday 9th July: Monthly meeting: Biology of the honey bee
11:00-13:00 at Fairley House Junior School, 220 Lambeth Rd, London SE1 7JY
All about the biology of the honey bee. Followed by the usual hot drinks, cake and chat. Meetings are for members only, but you’re welcome to come as a guest to find out more about our association.

Sun
16
Jul
Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July: Lambeth Country Show
12:00-20:00 at Brockwell Park, Norwood Rd, London SE24 9BJ
Come and see our stall at the Lambeth Country Show, one of the biggest public events in the UK. We'll be in the Farm Zone.

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Recent tweets from @LondonBeeKeeper

Tweets by Mark Patterson, Emma Nye, and (occasionally) Angela Woods.

23 Jun: A honey bee taking pollen collection duties very seriously. They take pollen back to the hive to feed to the larva… https://t.co/nZrf7eZnVp

20 Jun: @Carly_Deano Would you rather they had a bowl to drink in the garden or them coming into the kitchen or bathroom in search of dripping taps?

20 Jun: @Carly_Deano Bees are not aggressive away from their nest. You've nothing to fear from bees gathering water.

19 Jun: @Holdmypocket25 They're collecting water to drink. They often prefer dirty muddy water over clean fresh H2O presuma… https://t.co/tN5MqMwIdo

19 Jun: Lbka pollinator mix seeds grown by Silvia Lazzerini on her W1 apartment balcony. Send us your pics of your LBKA see… https://t.co/QhNbkjiTmW

18 Jun: @permagriculture @thethingsntwrk @OSBeehives @britishbee @hive_eyes @appropedia @OSEcology @FarmHackNL… https://t.co/K6kXSoGIhO

18 Jun: @permagriculture @thethingsntwrk @OSBeehives @britishbee @hive_eyes @appropedia @OSEcology @FarmHackNL… https://t.co/DRiSou5qxe

18 Jun: @permagriculture @thethingsntwrk @OSBeehives @britishbee @hive_eyes @appropedia @OSEcology @FarmHackNL… https://t.co/BzQ7nkqUoh

18 Jun: Hair raisingly resourceful efforts from a beekeeper in Hendon to retrieve some rogue bees https://t.co/TvjBSAYavy

18 Jun: @chris4nature All such patches of wild flowers are very precious!

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