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West Country English honey straight from the hive - unblended, unpasteurised

At Louisebees it's all about the bees. They kindly produce honey and wax for us. We make sure we look after them in return.

Louisebees Honey Range
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Lucky for you our bees make more than 15 varieties of raw honey

Each hive produces something unique - a melting pot of seasonality and available forage. From oilseed rape in the Spring, through Summer's wildflowers and heather to late Autumn ivy, they're always mixing up something new for us to taste.

Whether you like your honey runny, creamed on your crumpets or crunchy comb on your toast, there's plenty to choose from.

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The raw honey comes straight from their hives

and is only lightly filtered. Keeping in all the pollen, enzymes, anti-oxidants and proteins they add, which makes raw honey so good for us.

We make products from the bees' wax too. It takes more than 6lbs of honey to make 1lb of wax so we treat it with great respect.

Hand-dipped candles which smell of honey, glow brighter and burn for longer than other waxes. 

Beeswax wraps that keep our food fresh and reduce our plastic usage.

And wildflower seed bombs.  Even planting a little patch will provide habitat and food for the bees to feast on.

 

We hope people enjoy our bees' products and feel happy doing something positive for the bees and the environment.

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STOCKISTS

Somerset

 

Frome Wholefoods

8 Cheap Street

Frome BA11 1BN

01373 473334

 

Portway Post Office

2 Portway

Frome BA11 1QP

01373 467294

 

Rode General Store & Cafe

32a High Street

Rode

Frome BA11 6PA

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Teals Farm Shop

1 Orchard Lane

South Cadbury

BA22 7FS

01963 361755

 

Zero Waste Pantry

4a High Street

Wrington

Bristol BS40 5QA

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Somerset Foodie

Church Farm

Parkgate Lane

Rode BA11 6AA

07834 852561

 

Redwood Rare Breeds Farm Shop

Wanstrow

Shepton Mallet BA4 4SZ

01749 850361

 

Feast Circle

52 High Street

Wells BA5 1TG

01749 705309

 

Slow Farming Farm Shop

Clanville Manor Farm

Castle Cary BA7 7PJ

07729 811236

 

Budgens / Shell 

Commerce Park Service Station

Frome BA11 2RY

01373 467893

 

Budgens / Shell

Wembdon Service Station

Quantock Road

Wembdon TA5 2AX 

01278 497223

 

 

Bat

 

Bath Soft Cheese Cafe & Shop

Park Farm

Kelston

Bath BA1 9AQ

01225 331601

 

Farleigh Road Farm Shop

Farleigh Road

Norton St Philip

Bath BA2 7NG

01225 720006

 

Newton Farm Shop & Cafe

Newton St Loe

Bath BA2 9BT

01225 873707

Wiltshire

 

Budgens / Shell

North Bradley Service Station

Westbury Road

North Bradley BA14 0FW

01225 984200

 

Three Daggers Farm Shop

47 Westbury Road

Edington BA13 4PG

01380 830940

 

Brokerswood Holiday Park

Westbury BA13 4EH

01373 822238

 

Dorset

Budgens / Shell

Gillingham Service Station

Kingsmead Business Park

Gillingham SP8 5FB 

01747 859771

Markets and Events 2024

Frome Independent Market

1st Sunday of the Month from 3rd March to 1st December 10am-3pm

Find me: Outside 8 Stony Street BA11 1BU, bottom of Catherine Hill.

Warminster Independent Market - Town Centre (High Street and Marketplace)

Spring – Sunday 24th March 2024 to include street entertainers and buskers

Summer – Saturday 29th June to include vintage rides

Christmas – Saturday 30th November to include light switch on.

10am-6pm

 

Wells Food Festival with Charlie Bigham’s

Sunday 13th October 10:30am-4:30pm

Find me: Recreation Ground, the Moat entrance

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