Honey Show

The Birmingham Open Honey Show 2017

Honey Show Awards & Prizes 2017

The Birmingham Open Honey Show 2018

Saturday 1st September
Sunday - 2nd September

10.00am - 4.00 pm

Jars of Honey on DisplayThe Birmingham Open Honey Show will be held at Martineau Gardens B5 7UG (see map below).  This is an open show and entries are welcome from members of other beekeeping associations around the world.

Click on the honey jars to see photos of our 2015 show.

Honey Show 2018 Schedule  Full schedule and description of entry classes for both members and open submissions.  (pdf will go live in 2018)

Honey Show 2018 Entry Form  Print two copies and complete.  Return one to the Honey Show Secretary before the deadline.  (pdf will go live in 2018)

Honey Show 2018 Flyer/Publicity   View/Print the flyer from here.  Distribute to your friends and family.  Members, if you need several copies please contact John Gale.  (pdf will go live in 2018)

FREE entry to the show and gardens for all visitors with a wide variety of activities for children and adults.  After judging of the entries takes place on Saturday morning you will be able to view the  show honey and produce.

There will be a live bee demonstration on both days weather permitting and the opportunity to purchase fresh local honey while stocks last.

Honey Sales including hive fresh, honey, set or creamed honey, cut comb, chunk honey, pollen and other specialties including heather honey and borage honey.  Candles, lotions, bags and cards.

Home-made cake and tea/coffee/pop available throughout the weekend.

Tombola stall with many great prizes and in particular donations of items and vouchers from local and regional stores and businesses.  2017 Donors included: (in no particular order of preferece)

Loco Lounge    Sainsburys   WHSmith   Smashbox   Tesco   Boston Tea Party   David Anthony   Perfect Feet   Co-op   Royal Wattan   Thorne  (beekeeping supplies)   Maisemore Apiaries Ltd   Wilkinsons  B Braun Sterilog   Balti Towers   The Highbury

Parking on site at Martineau Gardens is reserved
for disabled drivers or for drop off and pick up only

Birmingham Honey Show and Martineau Gardens encourage you to use public transport whenever possible.

Limited free public car parking will kindly be provided by - to be confirmed.  Follow the bee signs on the lamposts along Priory Road to locate the designated car park. It is a short walk to the Honey Show from there.

Public transport to the event is well served by buses, the nearest bus routes are:
Priory Road: 1;
Bristol Road: 61, 63, X64;
Pershore Road: 45, 47.

To plan your journey by public transport, visit www.traveline.info or for SatNav use the Martineau Gardens’ postcode, B5 7UG.



Honey Show 2015