Beekeeping courses

From £60 per person

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Beekeeping courses

If you have always wanted to learn about honeybees and how beekeepers work with them, then a one- day Taster course may be just what’s needed. If you are intent on getting bees at some point, then the two-day weekend course is aimed at getting you started. With both courses, there is a mix of lecture room instruction and apiary work with the bees. You will be under the guidance of experienced beekeepers and will be provided with protective bee suits for the apiary work.

Beekeeping Courses 2022

The course dates for 2022 are as follows

Beekeeping Taster Days
7 May and 18 June Course Fee is( £60 pp.)

Introduction to Beekeeping, weekend courses
23 & 24 April and 21 & 22 May (£145 pp)


A few places are still available due to cancellations. To register an interest, please email [email protected]


Course Locations
Our courses normally take place at Bangor University’s Henfaes Research Centre at Abergwyngregyn, just off the A55 expressway and five miles to the east of Bangor. It is a lovely rural location with views to the Carneddau hills and not far from the sea at the northern end of the Menai Straits. The facilities are excellent with lectures taking place in a converted barn and with an apiary just a couple of hundred metres away.

We occasionally also offer courses at Bodnant Welsh Food in the Conwy Valley, close to Bodnant Garden, just off the A470 at Tal y Cafn. The Bodnant apiary is close by, a short walk from the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre.

Thank you for your support.
The Courses Team.