We hold meetings throughout the year (except in July and August) to which everyone is welcome and which are free to attend. We usually have a guest speaker, and we cover a diverse range of interesting of beekeeping topics over the year; the meetings are an ideal opportunity to improve and share your knowledge, be entertained and to associate with other members over a cup of tea and piece of cake. We normally meet on the second Thursday of each month at the Crookham War Memorial Hall, Sandy Lane, Fleet, GU52 8LD at 7:45PM; Meetings aren’t held in July or August – when the beekeeping season is at its busiest; in June and December,  we usually have Summer and Christmas socials/meals in a local pub.

Members and non-members are welcome to attend our meetings to find out more about our association and beekeeping. Unlike most other BKAs, we don’t charge meeting fees – but we do request that you to make a generous donation to help fund the event and refreshments.

Here’s what you’ve missed at some of our recent meetings.

Our planned meetings are shown below – please come along and meet us (and make yourself known to one of the committee).


  • 13 February: Annual General Meeting
  • 12 March: Swarm Control; Christine Coulsting, Master Beekeeper, Romsey Beekeepers Association
  • 9 April: Beekeeping Surgery
  • 14 May: Bee Venom Allergies; Dr Patrick Yong, Consultant in Allergy and Clinical Immunology at Royal Surrey County and Frimley Park Hospitals
  • 11 June: Summer Picnic
  • July & August: No meetings
  • 10 September: Beekeepers’ Question Time
  • 8 October: Honey Show
  • 12 November: Wings, Stings and Other Things (under the microscope); James Donaldson, Microscopist – Fleet Beekeepers
  • December: Winter Social

2021 planning is underway & speakers approached – details to be posted

If you’re not yet a member, you’ll be made very welcome if you just turn up, but if you can, please make contact beforehand.

If you’re thinking of learning to be a beekeeper, please look at the information about our course to register your interest.

We look forward to meeting you.