Farnham Beekeepers is a division of Surrey Beekeepers Association a registered charity, number 1026386, and part of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA website). It is run completely by volunteers.

We aim to promote the craft of beekeeping and to inform the local community about bees and their importance to the environment

We also provide a free Swarm Collection service to the community.

A brief overview of our activities is set out below and if you would like to find out more, please visit our website at www.fbka.org.uk

If you would like to give a donation please click the "Donate" button below.  Please remember to tick the gift aid box if you are a UK tax payer.


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Set in the grounds of the Rural Life Living Museum in Tilford, Farnham Beekeepers Association aims to support and encourage the craft of beekeeping. We are keen that everyone should be well informed about bees and their importance to the environment.

As well as information on our website (www.fbka.org.uk), courses on beekeeping and practical help and advice through our apiary, we visit schools and other societies to give talks, often bringing one of our observation hives in the summer season.

We are one of the 8 Divisions of the Surrey Beekeepers Association and draw our members from the south-western corner of the county. There are no fixed boundaries with our members coming from Bentley in the west through to Elstead, Godalming and Shamley Green to the east, Bagshot and Camberley to the north and Grayswood and Haslemere in the south.

We are able to advise on swarms, collecting them where possible, as well as offering information on bumblebees, other bees, wasps, etc.

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