– promoting and advancing the craft of beekeeping in Hampshire.
Welcome to our website. Hampshire Beekeepers’ Association dates back to 1882. It unites 15 local associations within the County by organising Conventions and Honey Shows as well as promoting training through the region.
We give a warm welcome to those who would like to learn about the craft of beekeeping. Please click “Contacts” above to find your local associations and contact them directly.
Please use the Menu above to browse the information available on this website.
The Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) is a non-native predator of our honey bees and many other pollinators. Two nests were found in Hampshire in 2018. Please click the image above for important information.
If you have a swarm of honey bees and would like them to be removed, click the image above to find your nearest swarm collector.
Want to start beekeeping? Then why not contact one of the local beekeeping associations. Click on the image above to find one; they can offer advice and training