Sarum Bee Supplies

can supply anything from a queen bee in a cage with workers, through to a full starter kit to equip a new beekeeper for their first year with bees. We supply:

Sarum Bee Supplies is a family firm and specialises in providing beekeeping equipment and queens to beekeepers in Salisbury, Witshire.

Sarum Bee Supplies now has in excess of fifty colonies

spread in various apiaries across the South of Wiltshire. Some of these colonies are moved to selected areas to collect honey from some of the more unusual flowers of Wiltshire and its chalk down landscape.

We are able to offer total

bee and queen breeding advice

and Kevin Horner is a beekeeper with over 12 years experience.
Summer Activity.

Taken in the summer of 2016, these shots show bee activity has been strong.

Over wintered nucleus

Bees at the New Forest Heather

Some of our wax candles

One of our pre populated frames that make up our mating nucs for summer

One of our queen cell rearing boxes

The nectar flow continued and the bees used available feeder eke to store their own winter food (beekeeper mistake!)

An easy swarm to collect - only two feet of the ground on an Ash branch

Preparing for Christmas!.

Always looking forward, we are introducing Christmas gift items into out range.

One of our 2015 Christmas gift packs

One of our small apiaries in early spring

We are very pleased with our new design honey jar labels

The evening sun shining behind a new frame of 2016 honey. Perfect.

Beautiful red wax candles - ideal for the Christmas table.

Summer 2016 summer pollen show the various flowers the bees visit giving such unique flavoured honeys

Hives being unloaded at heather site

Our loader for moving bees on pallets

One of our three frame mating hives

Bees over Wiltshire's rape seed fields.

Taken in the summer of 2011, these shots show a perfect environment for honey bees. Acres of rape, rich in pollen in a clean, non-industrial region of the country.

Hive Activity.

These photos show bees in the height of the season. The first picture shows an SBS nucleii ready to be moved into a full hive.