Central Sussex Beekeepers Association

A Division of West Sussex BKA

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Space for bees

Do you have land you'd like to have bees on?  Or maybe, you're a beekeeper looking to keep bees on other peoples land because you don't have any?

What's in it for the land owner?

Many people are becoming more interested in the plight of the honey bee, because of the recent press interest, but don't want to go that last step and actually keep bees themselves.  However, they're interested enough to have bees hosted on their land.  Additionally, the traditional arrangement between beekeeper and land owners is, "rent" is paid annually, at the end of the season, at the rate of (usually) 1 lb of honey per hive hosted.

What's in it for the beekeeper?

Having a desire to keep bees, does not always coincide with having the land to keep them on.  However, the traditional arrangement between beekeeper and land owners is that "rent" is paid after the honey has been extracted, at the rate of (usually) 1 jar per hive hosted.

How to get on the list

If you have land you'd like to have bees on and you'd like to appear on this page, please contact Paull at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for details. Later on, we'll have a more automated process where you can add details yourself.

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