If you have any favouriter links which you would like to share, drop me an e-mail here and I will add it to the relevant (or a new) section. Bee creative!
British Beekeepers' Association - The BBKA works to promote bees and beekeeping and to provide a range of member services to beekeepers in the UK.
Welsh Beekeepers Association - The WBKA represent the beekeepers of Wales.
Shropshire Beekeepers Association - a nearby association's website.
Somerset Beekeepers Association - a distant, but quite good, website.
Kingston Beekeepers Association - video of the varroa life cycle and other yummy stuff.
Devon Beekeepers Association - as offended by Roy Norris.
BIBBA - The Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders' Association, committed to preserving the native honeybees of Britain.
Bees Abroad - Supporting beekeeping in developing countries.
Bees for Development Trust - working to alleviate poverty in the third world by promoting bee keeping.
Friends of the Bees - this is the web site for the Friends of the Bees charity, closely linked with the Natural Beekeeping Network.
Brian Norris - supplier of hives and equipment to MBKA
Solway Bee Supplies - small family business manufacturing hives etc.
Bee Suits - Bee Proof Suits Online retailer of beekeeper's clothing. Bee Proof Suits range includes full protective bee suits and separate jackets and trousers. All orders delivered free.
HeatherBell HoneyBees, Beekeeping Cornwall - bee keeping supplies, courses and a lot more. All served up on a honey coloured background.
Graham's Bee & Beekeeping FAQ's Page - worth it just for the little animated bee, which I thought about abducting for the Montybees site.
DEFRA - The bee health page on the DEFRA website.
National Bee Unit -The National Bee Unit delivers the Bee Health programme in England and Wales on behalf of Defra and the Welsh Assembly Government.
BeeBase - The growing database of bees and beekeepers.
Bee Hexagon - a very interesting web-site with some free downloadable books on wax, honey etc.
Bee history - some interseting dates in the hostory of beekeeping
The Guide to Beekeeping for adults and kids - an American commercial site with a lot of information. Recommended by Amy and her teacher, Mrs Crawford, as part of an after school project in the USA.
The Barefoot Beekeeper - the biobees website of Friends of the Bees director, Phil CHandler.
Natural Beekeeping.org - a very interesting web-site with some free downloadable books on wax, honey etc.
The Natural Beekeeping Trust - as well as helping promote natural beekeeping, the NBT help organise an annual conference on natural beekeeping.
Welsh Mountain Cider - locally and naturally made cider. Also the best source for native montgomeryshire apple tree varieties.
Bee Craft - the on-line presence of the Bee Craft magazine.
Northern Bee Books - for bee books (but try and limit yourself to just one!).
Bee Jokes - they're crackers (or out of them).
Bee animation - not for the dial up user!
Or just put bee jokes into a search engine.