Live Bee Removal Companies

Beegone® Live Bee Removal

Beegone® specialises in the expert live honey bee and comb removal, honey bee swarms and colonies from chimneys, walls, roofs and trees without using insecticides or pesticides. They extract bees alive and relocate them before bee proofing the structure to prevent more returning. Beegone® are insured and qualified for reinstatement works, even on Grade I and II listed properties. They operate all over the UK and offer 3-15 year guarantees that bees wont return to the same void space.

Tree Bee Society

The Tree Bee Society offers an award-winning, bee removal service across the UK for both residential and commercial properties. They work safely and precisely to ensure that not only is the colony being removed kept alive, but also that there is no damage to the property. They offer bee removal for both Bumblebees and Honeybees, however, their methods vary depending on the species.


Honey bee removal experts SwarmCatcher are THE UK specialists in removing and relocating unwelcome honey bees that have arrived at a property and taken up permanent residence in a place they shouldn’t have. 

Beekeeping Societies and Groups

British Beekeepers Association (BBKA)

The British Beekeepers Association (BBKA) is a member-based charity organisation. They offer lectures, courses, fund research, advise the government, develop young beekeepers and represent the views of beekeepers all over the UK. It is a ‘hive’ of useful bee-related information.

Bees for Development

Founded in 1993, Bees for Development was the first organisation to articulate the reasons why beekeeping is such a useful tool for alleviating poverty while helping to retain biodiversity. They focus on simple methods of sustainable beekeeping, always using local bees and local materials. They have helped many thousands of remote and poor families to earn essential income to meet their basic needs. They encourage farmers to make simple, low-cost beehives so that more people can harvest and sell honey, turning natural resources into sustainable livelihoods with great benefit for the wider environment.

National Bee Unit

BeeBase is the Animal and Plant Health Agency’s (APHA) National Bee Unit website. It is designed for beekeepers and supports Defra, Welsh Government and Scotland’s Bee Health Programmes and the Healthy Bees Plan, which set out to protect and sustain our valuable national bee stocks.

Their website provides a wide range of apicultural information for beekeepers, to help keep their colonies healthy and productive. It provides a wide range of beekeeping information, such as the activities of the NBU, honey bee related legislation, pests and diseases information which includes their recognition and control, publications, advisory leaflets and key contacts.

Expos, Exhibitions and Shows



Hall H2, Stonleigh Park Warwickshire, CV8 2LG

  • Come and join over 2,500 other beekeepers in the biggest beekeeping show. All the major suppliers are represented with bargains for you together with new suppliers who have their own beekeeping systems and equipment for you to examine and purchase. If you are an experienced or novice beekeeper there will be plenty to interest you and encourage you in your hobby or livelihood.

BBKA Spring Convention


Harper Adams University, Newport, Shropshire TF10 8NB

The Beekeeping Event of the Year!

  • 20+ Lectures; 50+ Workshops & Seminars for all levels of beekeeping experience including BBKA Funded Research Session Friday
  • Large Trade Show Saturday  ♦ Not for Profit Exhibitors Friday and Saturday
  • Excellent facilities; great value catering and accommodation available

National Honey Show


Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey, UK.

Promoting the highest quality honey and wax products with international classes, lecture convention, workshops and beekeeping equipment trade show.