MBA Member’s meeting in the training apiary – 25 July

Our next MBA members meeting is on Sunday 25 July with the possibility for members to join us in our training apiary for one of our regular inspections , to have a chat and blether, ask your questions and having a good time.  Sandwiches, tea and coffee will be available too and an email with details has been sent to all members. We start at 11 but please be at the apiary for 10:45 for instructions.  For any queries please email our secretary on <>.


Introduction to Beekeeping Courses 2021

This years  ‘Introduction to Beekeeping’ courses have been completed on a changed format due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The blended setup of Zoom meetings, recorded presentations and once possible a visit to the trainingsapiary for practical demonstrations worked pretty well. We currently prepare some further courses, and will be advertised on our ‘MBA course page‘. If you have any further questions or suggestions please email Markus on <>.

Free beekeeping webinars 2021

Please check our calender for details to access forthcoming free beekeeping webinars!

You also find on our Webinar page links to recorded webinars from other associations, please have a look.


The MBA is also available on Facebook and Instagram, please check the links in the right hand sidebar.

Join Moray Beekeepers Association!

Moray Beekeepers Association was established in 1919. We are a growing number of mostly amateur beekeepers located in North East Scotland, with the association being based in Moray.

MBA exists to promote and foster an interest in the study, development and practice of beekeeping and to protect and conserve the future of the honeybee in Moray and Scotland.

Please join us and help to preserve and protect the honeybee!!

The cost to join us is very modest and the benefits are substantial! Further details can be found here

Honeybee Conservation Pack

“Honeybees are truly the gardener’s friend and are not the killer beast depicted in the cinema. If not for them
and the other species of bees, plant life would be reduced to mainly wind-pollinated grasses and trees, as
bees pollinate most of the flowering plants. Their value to food production is priceless as they pollinate many
of the crops grown worldwide…”
Interested in how you can help bees? We’ve produced a new, updated conservation pack to download.

For Association members only – Throughout the summer we carry out our seasonal management tasks on the colonies at Birnie. You are most welcome to come along and help out. Please get involved, your beekeeping association needs you!
Contact the secretary to get the detailed dates and times for these sessions.