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National Honey Show

Welcome to the 2020 (89th) National Honey Show

For the latest National Honey Show news and information view our Announcements.

View the 2019 Slide Shows.

2018 awards presented by Bill Turnbull

This year’s National Honey Show, 22nd to 24th October 2020, will be a professional, online conference – the first event of its kind in the UK beekeeping world!

Everyone is welcome to attend the event, free of charge. Registration will go live in early October.

Attendees will be able to attend lectures, demonstrations, visit our trade hall and take part in other exciting activities. Planning for the virtual conference is evolving so visit our website and Facebook page for more news as we add content to the show over the coming weeks.

The show will feature a series of lectures and demonstrations, followed by live online Q&A sessions, with the opportunity to ask questions via the ‘chat’ facility.

Live Lectures:
Michael Palmer, A year at French Hill Apiaries
Etienne Bruneau, The honey market in turmoil
Jeff Pettis, Long live the queen, please!, why are queens failing?

Live Demonstrations:
Gwyn Marsh, Making Beeswax Wraps
Chris Park, Skep Making
Sara Robb, Making Beeswax soap
John Goodwin, Showing honey

Evening events will be hosted on Thursday by The Central Association of Bee-Keepers, with a live lecture by Medhat Nasr from the Canadian Prairies; and on Friday, Bees for Development welcome you to their live online Quiz evening.

Trade Hall. All your favourite traders will be represented in the Trade Hall, where you will be able to keep in touch with their latest offerings.

We know the lack of a physical Show will be disappointing, as it is for us all, but we hope to offer an exciting armchair event, where the National Honey Show Community can come together online.

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Lecture Videos

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Honey Judge Paul Boyle and Margaret Murdin

Twitter Feed

Follow the National Honey Show Twitter feed in the run up and during the show @nathoneyshow for all the latest news and developments. Receive lecture reminders 15 minutes before they start.