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About Us
About obka

Who We Are

The Oxfordshire Beekeepers Association (OBKA) is a registered charity and our objectives are 'to further and promote the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment'. See our Constitution.

We provide an educational programme for anyone interested in becoming a beekeeper, including taster sessions, meetings and practical courses for beginners. We also encourage our members to raise their standards through further qualifications such as the Basic Assessment or Advanced BBKA Husbandry courses and examinations. OBKA also provides practical information and assistance to the general public for the collection of honeybee swarms, and we are now actively drawing attention to the decline of pollinators and how we can help our environment..
 

 

British Beekeepers Association


Members of the Oxfordshire Beekeepers Association benefit by indirect membership of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA), and also of the National Honey Show. Becoming a member of the BBKA brings it's own benefits and rewards. You will join a community of over 20,000 Beekeepers and contribute toward research. And you'll benefit from hive and public liability insurance too.

Learn more about the BBKA



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See How It Works

Members receive a range of benefits that include an active programme of apiary visits, practical courses, meetings, and a monthly newsletter.  There is also access to a library of books and videos, and to loan equipment such as honey and wax extractors.

Learn more about Membership

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Experience Matters

As a beginner, you will benefit from learning your new craft in one of two Teaching Apiaries, in Woodstock and in Witney. Our tutors are expert beekeepers, and have years of experience in all aspects of bee health and management.

Learn more about Education