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Helping People 

Helping Pollinators

What we do

Hive Helpers seeks to improve the mental and physical wellbeing of adults and children in the local community through beekeeping and nature conservation activities. 

Our mission is to:

care for pollinators
positively on local habitats
mental & physical wellbeing
About us

Hive Helpers is based on the Surrey and Hampshire border, with sites in and around Farnham. 

As a Community Interest Company, we operate not only in the interests of the community but all our profit goes back into the local community too. 


Become a member of our Adopt a Hive scheme! We have three levels to choose from with various rewards to thank you for your generous support.

Our 2024 funders

Hive Helpers work continues thanks to grants from:

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Latest News 
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Free pollinator workshops for primary schools!

April 2024

Thanks to a grant from Harmony Energy's Farnham Battery Community Fund, we are able to offer free pollinator workshops to a limited number of local primary schools. These fun workshops have proved very popular, and we will be contacting local schools soon.  

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March 2024

We are looking forward to starting up MINIBEASTS soon!   Thanks to some funding from Farnham Town Council, Farnham Round Table and Binsted Fete, we will be able to offer monthly outdoor activities for children aged 6-10 and their families.  Starting in April on the second Sunday of each month, we will be beekeeping, foraging and river dipping, amongst other things! Click HERE for further info 

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The not so grim reaper...  

January 2024

 We are celebrating our first grant of the year from the Farnham Institute Charity, which will enable us to buy some scythes, instead of borrowing them!  Erica did a training course last year (pictured above) and will be passing on her knowledge to our volunteers, so we can scythe the set-aside areas at the farm, which is better for biodiversity than mowing or strimming. 

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