Maldon Beekeepers, welcomes all those who have an interest in bees, the conservation of bees, and other pollinators, and those who support the work we do.
We are involved with a range of local organisations and can be seen at a number of local events as well as the Essex county Honey Show.
If you wish to contact us, please use our general enquiries email below.
Email – general enquiries
For specific enquiries, here is a list of our committee members and their relevant responsibilities. In the first instance, contact the secretary.
Katie receives all correspondence for the division and disseminates this as required. She is the first point of contact for the division having access to a wealth of information.
Katie is a young beekeeper with 2 years experience and is very keen to learn encouraging all our beekeepers to learn and build on their knowledge.
Gary is responsible for all matters relating to the funding of the Division, as well as supporting the training that is undertaken, both for potential beekeepers as well as existing beekeepers.
Carter’s Apiary Manager – Maldon
Darren undertakes the overseeing of training and management of the divisional apiary in Maldon based at the Maldon Hall Allotment Site.
Darren is an authorised Divisional Swarm Collector for Maldon Beekeepers.
John looks after our divisional apiary at the far western point of the district in Hatfield Peverel. The apiary is located on Hatfield Peverel Allotment Society land in Church Road, Hatfield Peverel.
John is an authorised Divisional Swarm Collector for Maldon Beekeepers.
All our beginner training is undertaken by Glenn who is a qualified trainer.
As our Chairman, David heads our ongoing strategy and development, keen to develop the division into the best in the county. As a young beekeeper, having only kept bees for 2 years, David is keen on training opportunities both in the classroom and the field.