British Beekeepers Association is a charity representing beekeepers and advancing the education of the public and beekeepers in the craft of beekeeping and promoting the importance of bees in the environment.
In order to educate the public and beekeepers, BBKA supports beekeepers' education with training at all levels. With 74 associations in England and Wales, who have around 30,000 members, BBKA is the biggest beekeeping association in the UK.
With material to support education in schools, Bees in the Curriculum provides teaching resources for KS1 and KS2.
British Beekeepers Association runs a swarm map to enable people who have honeybee swarms to find a beekeeper to collect them. Our members can help identify other types of bees and pollinators and give advice.
BBKA offers planting advice for the public as the best way to help all pollinators is to provide food for them in the form of flowers, shrubs and trees.

The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) is a registered charity: England and Wales no. 1185343.
Based at The National Beekeeping Centre, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, CV8 2LG