Welcome to our gallery
We have added photos of some of our wonderful moments that we have had right from the start of our journey.
From being beekeepers that started with just two hives on a smallholding to the apiary sites we have now, we continue to share our stories through our gallery in little snippets for you to view and enjoy.
We hope from this it gives you an idea of our passion we have had to become great beekeepers and a great family run business that started with just wanting to try beekeeping to falling in love with nature, the gifts it gives by making unique and brilliant products in respect of all our bees hard work.
Also included are some of our products , we want to show you our processes from the hive right to the products we produce.
We hope to give you an insight on why we have chosen these products, by this we will continue to update our gallery on a regular basis so please pop back from time to time to see our new journeys.
Any photos you have,
maybe of products you have purchased or swarms we may have collected that you would like to go into our gallery, please don't hesitate to contact us we would be very happy to include these.
We hope you enjoy our gallery
A mans work is never done, well not this mans. My husband doing some husbandry.
You can come see us on Louth, Lincolnshires Saturday market on the cobbles from 9-3
We had a call, a honeybee swarm had rested on someone's conifer and so we went along to catch and rehome them. A lovely set of bees joined us on one of our apiary sites
One of our beehive inspections checking for brood and eggs and that the hive is well
Here we was looking for brood and the queen
One of our many products we handcraft in our workshop available in our products section
Our very own unique blends of natural products including our own beeswax and honey available to purchase in our products section
Our youngest of beekeepers, began beekeeping at aged 4, now has many hives of her own.
Where it all began.....
Taken in May, you can see brood, developing nicely too. This photo can you see the nursing bees taking care of the grubs?
2012, the beginning process of our honey, straight from the hive and into sealed containers ready for jarring
We joined the lovely ladies at Lunch and Laughs event, was amazing to be invited to such a prestigious event with all our products.
A beautiful honeybee swarm settled for a rest in a tree
Our beehive collection, a Warre hive, invented by a French priest and beekeeper, Emile Warre.
A happy customers feedback of our handcrafted chemical free beeswax leather conditioner, rightly so looks amazing!
Swarms rehomed developing nicely
One of our candles from our Beeswax candle range
We ensure around our bees, that there is plenty of forage, letting nature just be