Newbury Beekeepers Association
Newbury Beekeepers Association 


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Beekeeping is a very rewarding hobby and although you don't have to be a member of an association to keep bees it certainly helps.  We can provide training and support and through our monthly meetings help you to enjoy this fascinating craft.  There are always people to speak to with a wealth of knowledge and experience. You will also receive our monthly newsletter as well as the monthly magazine published by The British Beekeepers Association.


Members can hire equipment from the association and as a member you will also benefit from being covered by our public and product liability insurance.  


The Membership Appliation Form and Membership rates are listed below.





2020 Membership Form
2020 Membership Form.pdf
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2020 Subscription rates

Annual Subscription Rate


Description of Membership


Registered Member £31.00

Provides BBKA membership including Public and Product Liability Insurance, Bee Disease Insurance (BDI) (up to 3 hives), receipt of NDBKA Newsletter and attendance at meetings and functions.


Registered Partner of a Registered Member


Must have same address as a Registered Member.  Includes BBKA partner membership and same rights and entitlements as a Registered Member, except will not receive Newsletter, BDI is not incluced.


Country Member (including BBA membership but not insurance) £20.00

For non-beekeeping members, includes BBKA membership without insurance and the same NDBKA rights and entitlements as a Registered Member.  BDI not applicable.


Associate Member  £10.00

Does not include BBKA membership or BDI but otherwise entitled to same NDBKA rights and entitlements as a Registered Member including Newsletter.  Associate members are not insured through NDBKA.


Associate Partner of an Associate Member £4.00

Must have same address as an Associate Member and will have the same NDBKA rights and entitlements, except will not receive Newsletter



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