To Warwickshire Beekeepers Association

We hope this page will start you on your journey to being a beekeeper. And if you are already a beekeeper we aim to provide you with help and guidance as you continue your beekeeping journey.

We are the umbrella County Association for 8 Branches: Birmingham, Coventry, Nuneaton & Atherstone, Rugby, Shipston-on-Stour, Solihull & District, Sutton Coldfield, and Warwick & Leamington. It is the Branches that members join; each branch has their own Committee and Training Apiary and run their own Introduction to Beekeeping Courses.

To find our more about us visit the About Us page.

Why become a beekeeper….

All bees, and honey bees in particular, are an important pollinator of many food crops

There are many products from the hive – who doesn’t like honey!

And beekeeping is such a fascinating activity.

Where next?

If you want to know a bit more about what being a beekeeper involves take a look at our Become a Beekeeper page.

If you would like to talk to some beekeepers to find out more then you need to find and join one of the Warwickshire Beekeepers Association Branches. To find out which Branch is nearest to you, and to get the contact details for all our branches, go to the Join Us page


Most beekeeper training courses, including Introduction to Beekeeping (or Beginner) courses are run by the Branches; to see what training they offer you will need to visit their websites and contact their Secretary.

Warwickshire Beekeepers Association runs some specialist courses such as Microscopy; details of WBKA courses will appear on this website and in our Events Calendar.