The Birmingham Open Honey Show 2023

Was held on

Saturday 9th September and Sunday 10th September
10.30am – 4.30pm
Winterbourne House and Gardens

Click on the honey jars to see photos of the Birmingham Honey Show.

Information for Exhibitors:
The Birmingham Honey Show is an open show which means that any member of the British Bee Keepers Assn can enter regardless of what area or branch association you are a part of. Members’ classes as listed in the schedule, are restricted to Birmingham and District Bee Keepers Assn
To download the schedule, please click on the link Honey Show 2023 Schedule

Information for Visitors
The Birmingham Bee Keepers Assn works in Partnership with Winterbourne House and Gardens. If you are not an Exhibitor, The show takes place within the Heritage Open days event. The Honey Show at Winterbourne therefore makes for a great day out. The opportunity to Explore a fine Edwardian house and botanical Garden and at the same time finding out all there is to know about bees and honey!
Their details can be found here Birmingham Honey Show – Winterbourne House and Garden including details on parking and how to get there.

The 2022 Honey Show was held at Winterbourne Gardens for the second year running. The beautiful venue was shown off by the glorious weather which contributed to over 3000 visitors. 

We had over 200 entries to the competition from 35 members one entry from Solihull branch.  We had a new class for the President’s Cup which was in honour of recently bereaved members who over the years had contributed to the Association 

We had various side shows for example observation hive, live bee demonstration, candle rolling, children’s activities, honey sales, Bumble Bee conservation to name a few which fulfils our charitable status to educate the public in the importance of beekeeping and bees in the environment. 

Results of 2023 Honey show

Honey Show 2015