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Membership of Aberdeen and District Beekeepers’ Association will benefit all local beekeepers – whether you are just planning to keep bees, a novice, an improver or an experienced beekeeper. It is also a sociable way of joining the local beekeeping community. We cover an area from Banff to Brechin and west along Deeside and Strathdon.

The best way to get into beekeeping is to complete our ‘Introduction to Beekeeping‘ course that runs in February-March each year. If at the end of the course you decide to try the craft and get bees, then join the Association at that point to access the further support and information you will almost certainly need. If you miss the course and don’t want to wait up to a year, then you could join the Association anyway, come to our events and start to learn a little about beekeeping that way.

ADBKA membership benefits include:

Join Aberdeen & District Beekeepers’ Association:

The annual memberships are:

Individual: £20;
Household: £25;

Household membership enables everyone in a household to participate in ADBKA events as if they are individual members. Under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult. However, Household Members do not get a vote at the AGM.

To join the Association or to renew your membership please go to the ADBKA payments page

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