At Local Honey Man, we aim to supply overwintered 2020 honey bee colonies for sale as well as 2021 colonies later in the season. Overwintered honey bees will give you productive colonies early in the season, and are ideal for starting out in beekeeping or if you’re looking to expand. Bees will be available from Spring 2021, depending on the weather.
We have for sale good tempered and productive honey bees on 5 National frames. Our queens are either Buckfast or raised locally from selected stocks.
Local Honey Man bees arrive with a mated honey bee queen, bees, frames of brood in all stages – eggs, open larvae, and sealed larvae – and stores of pollen and honey. The bees travel in two lightweight transit boxes which will be useful for collecting future swarms.
Supply is dependent on Spring colony development and the weather. Please bear in mind that honey bees are livestock and that delivery is variable. We will update you regularly regarding a collection or delivery date. The collection is from our offices 67 – 69 Sutherland Road, Walthamstow, E17 6BH only on Saturdays between 7 am and 9 am by arrangement.
Please choose your hive and bees
Colony of bees on 5 frames and a flatpack cedar wood Hive / £635 / Deposit £75
Colony of bees on 5 frames and an assembled polystyrene Hive / £665 / Deposit £75
Colony of bees on 5 frames and an assembled cedar wood Hive / £685 / Deposit £75
The balance is due prior to delivery of your hive or honey bees.
Our National hive consists of:
1 x open mesh floor with entrance block
1 x brood box with 11 DN4 frames & wax foundation
1 x plastic queen excluder
2 x supers with 11 SN4 frames & foundation
1 x crown board with central feed hole
1 x 4” roof
Prepare yourself for the exciting journey of becoming a beekeeper and buy today!
If you need further information regarding hives or bees for sale please contact us at [email protected] or on 0203 302 5690.
We appreciate your custom and thank you for ordering from the Local Honey Man.
Please note this is a non-refundable deposit.
All the best
Local Honey Man