Divisional Apiaries


We have two Divisional apiaries – Hylands and Writtle :

Divisional Apiary Hylands

The Divisional Apiary at Hylands House is primarily intended for new beekeepers to place one or two hives so that they can have some mentor and peer support during their first year. Once new beekeepers have had an opportunity to apply, there may be room for established beekeepers.

More details can be found in the ‘Apiary Rules’ document below.

Apiary Rules

If you would like to keep your bees at the Hylands, please complete the application form below and return to The Apiary Warden, Jon Beasley via email courses@chelmsfordbeekeepers.com or in person. You can speak to Jon on 07776180524

Apiary Application form

Divisional Apiary Writtle

The Divisional Apiary at Writtle College is primarily intended for new beekeepers to place one or two hives so that they can have some mentor and peer support during their first year. Once new beekeepers have had an opportunity to apply, there may be room for established beekeepers.

More details can be found in the ‘Apiary Rules’ document below.

Apiary Rules

If you would like to keep your bees at the Collage, please complete the application form below and return to The Apiary Warden, Richard Brotherton either via email (Chelmsford.Apiary@writtle.ac.uk)  or by post, c/o Writtle College, Lordship Road, Writtle, CM1 3R. Any questions, please ring Richard Botherton  07776 243542

Apiary Application form