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If you come across a swarm of bees, Mid Bucks Beekeepers' Association is happy to collect bee swarms, as a free service to residents.

Members of the public are urged to contact the Association via Brian Bush on 01844 292195 or 07767 304067.

Or find the nearest collector using the BBKA website and interactive map

The survival rate of a swarm of bees is greatly increased if they are collected and placed in a hive by a beekeeper.

The Mid Bucks Beekeepers cover a large area from Buckingham in the North to Missenden in the South and Tring in the East to the outskirts of Bicester in the West.

Further information is available from Brian Bush, (MBBKA Swarm Officer), 07767 304067

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