Mr. Smiths Honey | Welcome to Mr. Smiths Honey! Natural and honey from hard working bees in Berkshire. It's fascinating how these animals work in order to produce honey .
We are spoilt for choice with the Local honey in West Berkshire.
Many of our local beekeepers also make Natural Bee products.
It is fascinating how these animals work so they can produce honey for us !
Local Newbury Beekeeper who loves nature and it’s beauty.
Covering other areas such as Thatcham, Aldermaston, Hungerford and more.
If you are interested to know more about the honey extraction or just talk about bees in general, then please let them know.
It’s fascinating how these animals work in order to produce honey for us and they are keen to take you through the process and show you how it’s all done.
A number of bee hives dotted around the farm, but mainly in the orchard, produce wonderful local honey which is sold under the Two Cocks Farm brand.
As a third generation bee keeper, Les is finally able to dedicate the time needed to managing his colonies of bees.
Eggs and honey are sold at Two Cocks Farm gate.
Please just leave the money in the letter/honesty box.
Natural English bee products sold directly from their 16th century Thatched Cottage.
Honey, not antibiotics, recommended for coughs – BBC, 23 August 2018
Tudor Hatch Honey is trying to keep their bees in a more bee beneficial way, leaving some of their honey for them over the winter.
Also, they are introducing native Black British bee into their collection with the intention of moving away from the almost universally used hybrid types of most beekeepers.
Father and son beekeepers Chris & Adrian Doyle. their bees collect its pollen and Nectar from the blossoms and Hedgerows surrounding Hillside House in Great Shefford situated deep in the Lambourn Valley.
They have been fortunate enough to acquire the wonderful setting of Hillside House in Great Shefford.
Set overlooking the Lambourn Valley we wanted to aspire to maximise the land we have available tovthem.
They keep the wonderful pure breed welsh badger faced mountain sheep and also keep rare breed Berkshire pigs.
We have been slowly renovating the gardens and grounds and have built two new rose gardens, a fruit and vegetable raised bed area, renovating an old apple orchard, planted a new tree fruit and nut orchard and built a walled Apiary.
Rest assured there is still plenty to do.
The first thing they aspired to was keeping bees.
They went on the excellent Newbury and District Beekeepers association course and became members of the BBKA and NBKA.
They were very proud to receive the Newbury Beekeepers Colonel Peake Cup along the way and continue to strive to read and seek opinions of all beekeepers to solve the many hurdles that you come across.
They are regular attendees of the association meetings and have just started writing for the local parish magazine.
They are very much still accumulating knowledge on the craft but even in speaking with some of the association members who have 50 years of beekeeping experience you never stop learning.
They are just in the process of building a second Apiary which can accommodate another 12 hives and are actively seeking new sites and hopefully providing more honey varieties and a range of accessories all from their garden and grounds.
Viv and Steve Moll’s Brightwell Bees are based in the market town of Wallingford, with hives throughout West Berkshire & Oxfordshire.
Their honey is sold in farmshops around West Berkshire.
They have a range of products, from the local Berkshire and Oxfordshire honey produced in their hives, to the practical pure beeswax blocks that can be used to fill scratches in wood floors or even lubricate wet suit zips.
Explore their site and learn some incredible information about the life of the honey bee.
A micro beekeeping business based in West Berkshire producing honey and wax products from their hives.
Their hives are in Brimpton and Ashmore Green, with the bees flying over much of Newbury and Thatcham.
At the peak over the summer they have half a million bees flying over much of Newbury and Thatcham.
Beekeeper & producer of fine honey & bee related products.
The bees forage on a variety of wildflowers, herbs & fruit trees.
Mother nature adds a healthy habitat and some good weather, and the bees do all the rest! Their primary product is pure, raw honey.
To raise bees successfully and to produce some of the finest honey requires a fondness for and, dedication to these amazing little creatures. It’s become their way of life.
HONEY & ROSE
Honey & Rose started up in West Berkshire in 2016. It is a small, organically grown business that prides itself on natural but affordable skincare that can be tailor made to suit your individual preferences.
Honey & Rose has developed (with the help of a chartered chemist) a range of affordable skincare products that are 100% natural.
Using products is like being at a Spa.
They hand make every product (no conveyor belts in their workshop) and as a result, they can tailor make your skincare range to suit your needs.
So if you have a sensitivity to an ingredient-they can make you your own batch and omit that particular ingredient.
Honey & Rose products are suitable for all skin types and for those who love natural skincare.
Sue Armstrong-Follows is the owner of Honey&Rose and has 28 years+ of nursing experience with a particular interest in Dermatology and alternative therapies.
Two Cocks Farm Honey | A number of bee hives dotted around the farm, but mainly in the orchard, produce wonderful local honey which is sold under the Two Cocks Farm brand.
Tudor Hatch Honey | Natural English bee products sold directly from their 16th century Thatched Cottage.
Hillside Honey | Father and son beekeepers Chris & Adrian Doyle. Their bees collect its pollen and Nectar from the blossoms and Hedgerows surrounding Hillside House in Great Shefford situated deep in the Lambourn Valley.
Brightwell Bees | A micro beekeeping business based in West Berkshire producing honey and wax products from their hives.
Tadley Honey Bees | Bee Keeping has been their hobby for many years which has steadily grown into a natural curiosity about all things Bee related.
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