Our Story

Discover what led us to creating Bees for Business and why we think looking after our Bees is so important.

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Workshops & Experience Days

Join us on our organic farm for our 5-star rated, award-winning beekeeping workshops and experience days.

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Corporate Gifting

100% ethical, artisan and British – we’ve got corporate gifting wrapped up with our exclusive range of honey products.

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Why adopt a beehive?

here's 3 reasons...

1

Corporate Social Responsibility

Make an immediate & positive impact on the environment and discover an inspiring, engaging and cost effective CSR activity that your whole business can be a part of.

2

Marketing & PR opportunities

Adopting a bee hive has many social benefits, but it doesn’t just stop there.

Your bees and the honey they produce offer a myriad of unique ways to promote your business.

3

Honey!

All the benefits with none of the mess.

We do all of the hard work for you, leaving you to enjoy the benefits of bee ownership without the sticky fingers.

The Guild of Fine Food Soil Association Ethical Award Green Tourism - Gold

The Benefit of Bees

A wonderful initiative to ensure that the honeybee population is protected for years to come

Sophie Allport

The whole team are really excited about this initiative and we're looking forward to learning more about bees

Becky Naylor, Bronco

We are delighted to be involved with Bees for Business and to be adopting a bee hive

Gareth Banner, The Ned

School of Honey a natural tasting adventure

An exciting, interactive experience here on our organic farm and the perfect day out for foodies!

The UK's only School of Honey offers a unique tasting experience and culinary tour of honey, mead and even wax! Discover how to pair honey to enhance and lift flavour in the kitchen and enjoy tasting your way through everything you learn...

Our Bee-loving Clients

The Ned Sophie Allport Restaurant Story Virgin Experience Days Burghley Bronco Speakers Corner Koozai Royal Lancaster London Nobu Hotel 10 Fleet Place Prevost

The Apiary Journal

How to be plastic free and sustainable

The living sedum roof that insulates the barn, looks great and provides food for nature.

I’m no stereotypical eco warrior or shouty environmentalist but we are often asked about just how we managed to go from not even thinking about the plastic we used, or the food we ate, to award-winning...

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