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The Big news is That The Honey Pot is moving to new Premises shortly.

After 25 years at Markeaton Park Craft Village, Derby. We’re moving to:

Unit 73, Trent  Business Centre, Canal Street, Long Eaton, Nottingham, NG10 4HN.

Details will be put on the web site and information leaflets, maps, opening times etc will be put out when we are near completion.
 
The move will start in March and will be completed by 1st April 2015
This will be done as smoothly as possible but inevitably there will be some inconvenience , so please bare with us while this takes place.

 To see how a beehive works and all of its parts, click on the link below to see what all of the parts inside a beehive are.
http://www.localhoney.co.uk/anim/nationalhive.htm

Forthcoming Events:

 

Bakewell  Farmers’ Market 9am –  2pm  Saturday 28th February 2015

Farmers market scene - A vector illustration of farmers...
Click on the link below to see a video of Bakewell Farmers’ Market.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GObzZs3ZjQU

Tony Maggs started The Honey Pot back in 1990 at Markeaton Park Craft Village in Derby, UK, in the East Midlands, to provide a link between beekeeping and the public.
The beekeepers come to buy all of their beekeeping equipment, and the public come to buy their local honey and products of the hive by our own bees.
All of the honey we sell comes from near by at our own apiaries , so we sell direct to the customer.

The Honey Pot also does a few Farmers’ Markets and Shows and has a number of selected outlets near by to provide the customer with a source of local honey produced from our own apiaries, reducing food miles.
The honey produced by The Honey Pot uses traditional and ethical methods with minimal stress to the honey bees. The quality of local honey is down to the care of the beekeeper.
Local Honey is nature’s direct health food, do not confuse or compare local honey with the majority of honey available in the shops, this is imported and the methods used cannot be guaranteed.
Here in Britain, local honey will normally have the name of the county on the label and the beekeepers name and address.
If you are having difficulties sourcing local honey near to where you live, try your local Farmers’ Market, health food shops, shows, garden centres’ or some times your local butcher stocks local honey. If you are still having difficulties send me an e.mail and I will try and point you in the right direction and I will try and give you some contacts to try.
Where does your honey come from ?
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL BEEKEEPER
BUY LOCAL HONEY
The Honey Pot is a member of the following Beekeeping Associations
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