If you have been wondering where to buy local honey, the directory of local honey suppliers is the answer. Just navigate by county to find a local producer, or you can use the search field below. The listings include contact details for each beekeeper as prices will vary from supplier to supplier. Please consider that many small scale beekeepers (which accounts for the vast majority of us) will have limited amounts of honey available and supplies can run out quickly. For guidance on adding your details click here.
I keep bees as a hobby and therefore I do not have a huge supply of honey but what I do have is the most beautiful golden nectar taken straight from the hive into the jar, therefore very pure and perfectly delicious.
My honey is raw, unheated and unfiltered. That means the honey is only strained to remove any bits of honey comb wax, so it still contains the original pollen. I do not heat the honey like commercial honey producers may do to break down the sugar crystals.
Steve has Hives on a variety of sites in the area, including Farms, Local Gardens, and Allotments. This mixture of Flora helps produce a steady and healthy flow of Honey each with its own unique taste.
Honey is made by bees from the nectar they collect from flowers. Each colony of Bees producing its own unique blend. It is a natural sweetener and can be used just as it is to spread on bread or toast, or added to sweet and savoury dishes, or drinks.
The flavour, colour and consistency and fragrance vary, depending on the flowers the nectar is collected from.
To get the best results when using to alleviate Hayfever syptoms try taking a teaspoonfull of Local Honey daily throughout the year
If you are a UK beekeeper producing honey and other hive products, please feel free to add your details. Please note: These listings are only for people and companies who produce and sell their own local honey, any other submissions will be deleted. If in doubt about anything please contact me.
If I’ve inadvertently missed any regions out, please let me know through the contact form, I will add it and then let you know that it’s been updated.
The people and companies listed in the UK Honey Directory all sell their produce direct or through their own market stalls, local farm shops, village shops etc, I have no control over the pricing and you will likely find that prices vary from area to area.
On a final note, please don’t email me regarding suppliers, contact the suppliers directly through the contact form or phone numbers provided.
If you're looking for a local honey supplier in the UK, have a look at The UK Honey Directory
If you're a UK beekeeper with honey to sell, why not add yourself, we have listings by county, and best of all it's completely FREE to add your details!