The EBKA offers a number of services to the public, with the most common during the swarming season of April to July being the removal of honey bee swarms. If you need help with some bees, go to our swarms page.
Education about bees and the environment are central to the EBKA’s philosophy and we are often asked to give talks and demonstrations to groups of children and adults. If you would like a beekeeper to give a talk to your group, go to our education page.
EBKA works closely with farmers to alert its members of any spraying of pesticides so they take measures to protect their bees. For more information on this, see our page on pesticides.