Facebook Feed 2 months ago Feeding bees back their honey for Winter The bees have provided us with a good amount of honey this year so it only seems fair to feed them back some of their honey. During the winter the bees live inside the hive all winter feeding on their stores. No wonder they work so hard during the year. ... See more View on facebook 2 months ago Photos from Bushwood Bees's post So how do we go about extracting pure raw honey from our bees? First the honey supers (boxes of honey frames) are removed from the hive when ready ensuring enough food is left for the bees. We are careful about only only taking the excess. Next step is the remove the wax capping from each honey frame and to place the frames into a honey extractor. This spins out the liquid honey from the frames. The final step is to sieve out any large bits of wax from the liquid honey and then to fill and label each jar. No heat treatments, none of the goodness removed, nothing added. Always pure and raw. Each honey super is extracted separately as , and when ready, giving honey which is varied in taste, colour and texture. Its all dependant on the flowers, trees, fruit and vegetables the bees were foraging on at the time. With such a variety of nectar the honey is rich in taste and textures and as good as nature intended. If you approve please like and share. Any questions just ask. https://www.bushwoodbees.co.uk/ ... See more View on facebook 2 months ago Photos from Bushwood Bees's post Bees wait for no one. A bit of late night beekeeping, closing and moving observation hives to allow workmen to do their job over the next few days. They are in a nice shady location and will be sprayed periodically with water to help them keep cool. #beemove #observationhives #eastlondon #warmnights #honeybees #londonhoney ... See more View on facebook 2 months ago BBC Asian Network Feel honoured that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were gifted some honey from hives we manage at the East London Mosque. https://www.facebook.com/eastlondonmosque/posts/10158928490616882 Something special happened at East London Mosque 👑 A visit from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to say thank you for their community work during lockdown. View on facebook 2 months ago Preparing Chunk Honey jars and some Honeycomb sections for this Sunday's Bushwood Yard Sale. Freshly harvested from the excess the bees have provided us with. Local, delicious and healthy. http://www.lovee11.co.uk/?utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_name=&utm_source=govdelivery&utm_term= #locallymade #LoveE11 #supportlocalbusiness #localhoney #bushwoodyardsale #bara #leytonstone ... See more View on facebook 2 months ago As it's getting cooler now and the kids are back at school why not treat yourself to some raw honey direct from our hives in Waltham Forest, Newham and Redbridge. We have just extracted honey from all sites so it's as fresh as you can get. https://www.bushwoodbees.co.uk/ #rawhoney #walthamforest #newham #redbridge #londonisopen #Leytonstone #leyton #walthamstow #chingford #redbridge #WestHam #eastlondon ... See more View on facebook « ‹ 2 of 2 › » Related posts: Real London honey, UK Honey Bee Nucleus Colonies, Beekeeping Courses & Beekeeping Experience Days.