What We Do

Beekeepers & Honey


Honey extraction can be a sticky, messy process – and if you are a beekeeper with many hives it can take over your kitchen and your life for several weeks each year!  So leave it to us…Our honey house in central London is fully equipped with three extractors and a constant supply of keen volunteers to help extract your honey. 


We can give it back to you in a bucket or jar it up for you.  And we provide a label design and printing service too.  We accept 10% of your honey crop as payment, and if you want us to jar it up for you there is a small charge to cover the cost of the jars.


And by using our services you are helping support our work to make London a better place for your bees, and their friends (wild pollinators!)

We are very friendly and flexible so if you want something done differently just let us know. 


To find our more, without obligation email

info@bee-collective.co.uk

Volunteering


Come along and get involved in the sticky business of honey extraction!  Our volunteer programme runs from June to November each year every Tuesday evening from 6:30pm to 8pm at our honey house in central London.    


You can expect to get involved in honey extraction, jarring, labeling, cleaning beeswax, making up hives and honey frames…and tasting lovely London honey!


We can also run group volunteer sessions and corporate volunteer days – get in touch to find out more.

 


You can sign up to our Tuesday night volunteer session at

Team London 

or contact volunteer@bee-collective.co.uk


Landscapes for bees



Our main purpose is to improve London’s landscape for honey bees and wild pollinators helping to feed our bees and support urban beekeeping, local food growing and urban biodiversity.



Making a B-Line for London

we are working with RSPB, London Wildlife Trust, Greater London Authority, GiGL, Buglife, Sussex University, Natural England and Forestry Commission on this exciting project to create a 70km long B-Line through London!