Mark keeps his bees in his back garden in Wiltshire.
Jeremy Smith, Filey, Yorkshire
Jeremy keeps bees in his garden, on an organic bean farm at Flemming, and by a railway siding at Royal Oak near Filey in Yorkshire. He takes the strongest up to Fylingdales Moor for the Bell and Ling heather crops.
Sue keeps her London bees on an allotment in Chislehurst and in a back garden in Tooting, just by the common and its avenues of trees.
Roger, Bignor, Sussex
Roger keeps his bees in his back garden at Bignor, and in an ancient oak woodland at Horncroft, Sussex.
Celia and David Rudland
The Rudlands keep bees on fruit farms in Kent and Surrey, Having the bees there helps to increase the fruit crop.
Eduard Birsan, Staines-upon-Thames, Surrey
Eduard has bees in his back garden and also in Maidenhead close to a footpath and lime trees.
Gavin Willis, Gaverstone, Norfolk
Gavin has bees in his back garden and also keeps some in meadows at Reymerston.
Jim Lowther, Lowther Castle, Lake District
Jim keeps bees on his Estate in the Lake District, Cumbria - they’re a key part of his estate management.
Kaz Powell, Hove, Sussex
Kaz keeps bees in meadows at Petworth, in ancient woodlands at Pulborough and in field margins in Storrington, Sussex.
Ross Hilliard, Ottershaw, Surrey
Ross keeps his bees on a small holding in Ottershaw, Surrey.
John Read, Kings Lopcombe, Hampshire
John keeps bees in his garden at Lopcombe and on field margins at Kings Sombourne, Hampshire.
Keith Lomax, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex
Keith keeps his bees in his brother’s garden at Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex.
Paul Vessey, Grasby, North Lincolnshire
Paul keeps his bees just over the road from his house at Grasby, as well as taking them to the borage fields at Bonby, North Lincolnshire.
John & Gayle Schumacher, Rotherfield, Sussex
John and Gayle keep their bees in meadows they’ve created at their fishing lakes.
Nigel Hollybone, Fritton Woods, Norfolk
Nigel keeps his bees in woodland at Frtton Woods, Norfolk.