Romsey and District Beekeepers' Association

Web Links for 'All links'
You may find the links below useful. However, R&DBKA accepts no responsibility for the content of these websites
How to identify the insects and what to do
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
Updated news on the Asian Hornet situation in the UK
A list of and links to the BBKA assessments and modules, entry forms and syllabuses
BBKA Online Learning. Use your membership number and post code to access members' learning, or browse the free 'guest' courses
Providing a range of garments to suit all needs and sizes. Suits are made from hardwearing 67% Polyester, 33% cotton, in a range of colours and to a high standard at a competitive price
Keeps beekeepers notified when a neighbouring farmer is applying insecticides to their crops. Your apiary details are not given out. Farmers notify this website when planning to spray
The beekeeping journal for beginners and seasoned apiarists
Beekeeping at national level
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
Scroll down 'Species', select 'Bees', click 'Run search'. Lists current authorised products with full details
Legal standards for labelling and composition of food products including honey
Beekeeping at county level
A wide range of equipment - based in Devon
To find the SBI in your area, scroll down and enter your postcode
The National Bee Unit delivers the Bee Health Programmes on behalf of Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
National Diploma in Beekeeping offer an excellent range of short courses for those wishing to expand their practical skills
Providing apicultural literature, Northern Bee Books claims to have the largest stock of new and second-hand beekeeping books in the English speaking world
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
A "must" for all beekeepers whether would-be or expert. Seminars, workshops, trade stands, experts, competition, and a great day out
Lin Coleman welcomes all beekeepers to her well-stocked shop. Not only is it our local supply, it is also the venue for beginners' training and for the legendary Thornes Winter Sale. Lin has supported us at the Romsey Show for many years
A concise and informative website about threats to bee health