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If you are thinking about taking up Beekeeping, then why not try one of our taster sessions? Check our 'Events' Page  for details of our  2020 Taster Sessions. 


Taster Sessions may be booked by emailing  your details to:

 [email protected]

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Joining the association:

What a good idea you've had ! You can see all the benefits of joining listed toward the bottom of this page.

To join please fill in the form below or print the membership application from below and follow instructions on the second page.

If you have any questions please contact our membership secretary Sarah on 07583 539449 or email : [email protected]


Please also read our privacy policy below, this explains how we look after the data which you give us.



The British Beekeeper's Association is an umbrella organisation to which most local associations belong.
You can read more about it

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Membership Forms 

WNKLBA Membership Application 2020
In printable PDF Format.
WNKLBA membership - 2020.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [87.8 KB]
WNKLBA Privacy Policy
An explanation of our Privacy Policy in PDF Format.
WNKLBA Privacy policy.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [139.1 KB]

Membership Benefits.

  • Affiliation to British Beekeepers' Association (BBKA) giving access to:
    • 3rd party liability insurance.
    • Free BBKA monthly magazine - one of the best beekeeping magazines available.
    • Access to the BBKA national examination system.
  • Free bee disease insurance (BDI) for your first 3 hives
  • As an association member all training is free (not including our Beginners’ Course). All practical beekeeping training is carried out at our own apiary.
  • Association sales of treatments and food for your bees at greatly reduced prices. Savings on this alone can pay for your membership
  • Regular newsletter 'Bee-Aware' to keep you up to date with association news
  • Annual ‘Norfolk Federation Yearbook’ which includes useful members directories and interesting articles from both WNKLBA and our sister association Norfolk Beekeepers’ Association (NBKA)
  • A lively programme of events covering all things to do with bees and beekeeping and an annual honey show plus access to many events organised by our sister association NBKA
  • Opportunity to help at events such as the Sandringham Flower Show to present and promote beekeeping to the general public.
  • Most of all, we offer frequent opportunities to meet fellow beekeepers and share experiences and different opinions on everything to do with beekeeping.


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