The Home of Beekeeping in the Tees Valley


Cleveland Beekeepers Association

We are a registered charity in England (no.1168761) and an area association member of the British Beekeepers’ Association.

We are a thriving, friendly association of beekeepers in the Cleveland, North Yorkshire and County Durham areas of the North East of England, on the northern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors.

Our website name "" derives from the old Ceremonial County of Cleveland, which runs from the North Yorkshire Moors in the South to Hartlepool in the North and West as far as Darlington.

Introduction to Beekeeping

This course will run on Saturday mornings in Middlesbrough Bowling club (TS5 5QL), for 8 weeks from Saturday, March 9. The cost of the course includes annual membership of CBKA and a beekeeping book.
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We are A Registered UK Charity

As a registered charity (no. 1168761), Cleveland Beekeepers Association provides the following services:

  • Training and mentoring to beekeepers
  • Educational development for beekeepers
  • Speakers to other organisations
  • Monthly public lectures and demonstrations
  • Swarm removal
  • Promote beekeeping to the public

Join Us!

The CBKA is for Apiarists who share an interest in the honeybee and the production of honey.

Please note: This contact form is NOT for reporting swarms. If you have a swarm problem, please see our designated swarms page.

Contact Us

For further information about this website or our association, including membership enquiries, please fill out the form.