There are five classes of membership – most of these include membership of the British Beekeepers Association (BBKA)
Registered Full Members - £28
Adult members who receive all the benefits of membership, including Public and Products Liability insurance under the BBKA Insurance Policy, BBKA News magazine and the CBKA Newsletter.
Partner Members - £18
Adult members residing at the same address as a Full Member. They receive all the benefits of membership, including Public and Products Liability insurance under the BBKA Insurance Policy, but not BBKA News magazine and the CBKA Newsletter.
Associate Members - £7
Any person who is already a Registered Full Member of another Beekeeping Association. Will not receive BBKA News magazine through CBKA membership, but will receive the CBKA Newsletter.
Country Members - £17
Members who do not keep bees but who wish to support CBKA and BBKA and receive BBKA News magazine and the CBKA Newsletter.
Junior Membership - £14
Available to anyone under 18 years old. No capitation is paid to BBKA and therefore there is no insurance. Not eligible for BBKA News magazine but will receive the CBKA Newsletter.
Benefits of Membership
Get practical help and advice from other members.
Enjoy the friendship of other beekeepers at indoor meetings and at Apiary meetings.
Take advantage of our bulk buying and get a discount on your beekeeping equipment purchases.
Receive regular Newsletters from the Cleveland Beekeeping Association and the British Beekeeping Association.
Receive information and advice leaflets and other literature, and have access to our Library.
Enjoy our tuition courses that lead to examinations of the British Beekeepers Association.
Get professional diagnostic advice on bee disease.
Take part in the annual Honey Shows at Cleveland Show and Stokesley Show.
Work with other local Beekeepers Associations, the British Beekeepers Association, and to take part in their activities.
Enjoy Public liability insurance as part of your membership.