Living with Covid-19: Now that restrictions have eased the Association has resumed regular meetings and is no longer limiting attendance at apiary inspections. However, we recommend that members wear a mask when attending our meetings.
Welcome to Wokingham & District Beekeepers Association (W&DBKA)
Supporting beekeepers and those interested in beekeeping
We aim to promote good beekeeping and encourage people to learn about the fascinating world of the honeybee and the art of beekeeping.
As part of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) our members enjoy a range of benefits including – BBKA News, Insurance and much more.
Check our News & Events for meeting and Open apiary session dates. Contact us if you wish to meet us.
Visitors of all ages are welcome.
The Association is a focal point for local beekeepers, providing opportunities for members to network with other beekeepers and keep on learning by:
- taking part in our seasonal, weekly inspections at the Apiary
- getting together with other beekeepers, twice a month, at informal spring and summer meetings, and
- attending our monthly winter meetings and listening to talks and presentations by expert
For a brief history of beekeeping in Wokingham – please download our pdf.
W&DBKA Services, Membership & Information
Do you think you may have a swarm of Honey Bees? We can help.
Applications for W&DBKA membership come from all kinds of backgrounds and levels of experience. Find out more about becoming a W&DBKA member.
If you have an interest in bees and are thinking of becoming a beekeeper OR want to watch a beekeeper at work – we can help.