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Festival of Bees
This is the first mid-season beekeeping show of its kind in the UK, visiting three of the most prestige's showgrounds in the UK, over nine days, the second will be at the Beth & West Showground on the 27th & 28th of July. Festival-of-Bees will be full of talks from beekeepers and other interesting areas of nature, as well as activity workshops the chance to open a hive and inspect bees with a beekeeper, and fun and games for all of the family - this is an event that is not to be missed! To see the bees at Bath follow the link to:- Buy tickets at https://festival-of-bees.com/
Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Stone's Honey
Stone's Honey is a Devon-based producer and supplier of premium quality, artisan Devon honeys. We are a family-run business established in 2015. Our apiaries are all based in the South Hams region of Devon, within a 5 mile radius of Ivybridge, between the edge of Dartmoor and the South Devon coast. With hives located on farmland amongst unspoilt countryside, our bees are free to forage on wildflowers, trees, hedgerows and flower gardens within some of the best natural areas Devon has to offer. Our honey is completely pure and natural, with nothing added and nothing taken away. Our honey is not heat treated or blended. The honey is coarse filtered, so will still contain pollen and all of the other natural goodness! We are members of Taste of the West and are we achieved a 2020 Gold Award for our Clear Honey. We are a '5' rated registered food business. We supply both Clear and Soft Set honeys in 113g, 227g and 340g jars and sell to both individuals and wholesale. Our honey can be found in many Farm Shops, Delis and Garden Centres across South Devon.
Ivybridge, Devon
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Wirral, Cheshire


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