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If you are thinking about taking up Beekeeping, then why not try one of our taster sessions? Visit our 'Events' Page for details of 2018 Taster Sesssions.

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Joining the association:

What a good idea you've had ! You can see all the benefits of joining listed toward the bottom of this page.

Review the subscriptions (below), print out the membership form (below). Fill it in and post it together with a cheque to our membership secretary : Sarah Brown , Blackberry Farm, Norwich Road, Yaxham, Dereham, Norfolk, NR19 1RT, 01362 692962 or 07583539449. EMail :

If you have any problems downloading the form, then please contact the Membership Secretary at the above.



The British Beekeeper's Association is an umbrella organisation to which most local associations belong.
You can read more about it

WNKLBA Membership Fees for 2018.
20171005 -Membership Fees 2018.pdf
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WNKLBA 2018 Membership Application - MS Word Version
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WNKLBA 2018 Membership Application - PDF Version
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Membership Benefits.

Affiliation to British Beekeepers' Association
 BDI Insurance
 Lively programme of events
› Access to our beginners apiary
 Handy events card to help plan your year with us
 Regular newsletter 'Bee-Aware'. Keep up to date with Association news.
 Details of local Bee Suppliers. For sale/wanted small ads of bees and beekeeping equipment

 The Norfolk Federation Yearbook. An annual publication which includes members directory and interesting articles.
 Web site
› Access to events organised by other local associations such as NBKA and WBG
 Access to the British Beekeepers' Association Conventions
 Use of our facilities such as extractor, display information and equipment
› Inspection of your apiary by CSL Bee inspectors with help and advice
 Opportunity to take part in the Sandringham Honey Show
› Access to the national beekeeping examination system
 Opportunity to join the committee and to host events
 The chance to volunteer to help with public events like Sandringham Flower Show and Norfolk Smallholders Show to present beekeeping to the public and to many interested young people.
 Most of all, we offer the frequent opportunities to meet fellow beekeepers and share experiences and different opinions on everything to do with beekeeping 


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