Female workers busy foraging on Spring flowers


Cross section of honey filled comb


A worker being used for pollination


Honeybee worker foraging for nectar and pollen


Male drone amonst many female workers


Lively bees during an inspection


Sisters having afternoon tea


A drone hatching from his cell

Capped Honey

Freshly capped and nearly capped honeycomb


Open hive showing bees on frames


Workers depositing nectar in honey cells


The queen being tended to by her daughters

Iceni Bees

east anglia cell smallIceni Bees has apiaries across East Anglia, taking advantage of the rich and varied nectar and pollen from the region’s agricultural, hedgerow and village flowers.

We have one of our apiaries situated next to the famous and diverse gardens of Anglesey Abbey, with many historical and picturesque villages close by, providing rich and flavoursome honey throughout the season.

Our honey is available from the Anglesey Abbey Shop, Anglesey Farm Shop, Le Hogue Farm Shop and other outlets in the region. Contact us for prices and supply details

Our East Anglian bees:

  • forage great distances across the rich agricultural land.
  • are hardy and over-winter well.
  • build up numbers quickly in the Spring and swarm to procreate at the earliest opportunity.
  • are wonderously industrious and productive.
  • sometimes feisty, but only protective of their hives.

The British Beekeeping Association

bbkaThe BBKA was set up in 1874 to promote and further the craft of beekeeping and to advance the education of the public in the importance of bees in the environment. It is the UK's leading organisation representing beekeepers.

National Bee Unit / BeeBase

beebaseBeeBase is the Animal and Plant Health Agency's (APHA) National Bee Unit website. Designed for beekeepers and supports Defra, WAG and Scotland's Bee Health Programmes and the Healthy Bees Plan, which set out to protect and sustain our national bee stocks.