Which of these do you have:
If you have the 1st or 2nd then a beekeeper can not help, but please be aware wasps eat a lot of garden bugs so are of benefit and bumble bees are infrequently an issue and only last about 6 weeks as a noticeable nest. All of these pollinate plants and are a necessary part of our environment.
Removing a swarm of honey bees
Swarming is the way honey bees make new colonies. Half the colony leaves and rests temporarily whilst searching for a new place to live. A swarm will ignore you unless they feel you are threatening them, however a hanging swarm should be removed by a beekeeper as, when it does move on, it may well end up in a chimney or other unsuitable location. Removal of nests of bees from these locations is significantly more difficult (& expensive) and requires professional intervention.
Beekeepers charge for swarm removal in order to cover for the various expenses incurred in re-locating a swarm.
If you have a honey bee swarm and need assistance you can contact someone on our map:
Alternatively each division handles calls also
Braintree Swarms contacts
Chelmsford : Swarms contacts
Colchester : Morag Chase – 07562 924461
Dengie & Maldon : Carlie Mayes – (firstname.lastname@example.org ) 07979 862952 or 01245 381577
Epping Forest : swarm contacts
Harlow : swarm contacts
Romford : Swarm contacts
Saffron Walden : Please see details on Saffron Walden website
Southend Swarm : Swarm collectors page