This describes what to do in the event of anaphylactic shock. It is rare but knowing what to do and ithe order in which it should be done can save lives
A website dedicated to the study of bees and the education of both beekeepers and the general public. There is a link to anything you need to know about bees or beekeeping on this website
A comprehensive 16-page document about feeding bees, issued by the Welsh Assembly and endorsed by FERA and the Scottish Government
Prepacked honey must be labelled with its name, the name and address of the producer / packer, country of origin, storage conditions, a best-before date, lot mark, and weight marking. The product may only be called 'honey' if it complies with the prescribed compositional standards. This advice applies to all sales of honey to consumers and food businesses.
Offers downloadable DIY plans in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Beesource is happy to share their knowledge and experience and make these resources available free of charge but please respect the copyright laws as noted in each document
A source of recipes using honey that will appeal to both beekeepers and non-beekeepers worldwide
The Honey (England) Regulations 2015 came into force on 24 June 2015 making all previous Regulations and leaflets (notably leaflet L010) obsolete