About Honeybank

Entrance to Honeybank from Holestone RoadHoneybank is a conservation and study centre, in which all of our organisations and businesses are based.

The site is run under the government's "Countryside Stewardship Scheme", and as such has an abundance of wildlife. We do not use chemical pesticides etc, and the whole of Honeybank is a conservation area. Visitors' dogs are not allowed on the premises.

Although not open to the public, we are available for visits from schools, youth groups, women's circles and other such organisations. We also run specific courses on a wide range of animal related subjects, all of which are available to individuals and small groups.

All visits will need to be pre-booked. We can also bring many of our services to you. Please contact us for further details.

Please note that, due to the nature of our business, non-fee paying visitors are not allowed, and guests are not allowed to bring any dogs on site. Young people are offered reduced rates, but must be accompanied by suitable, responsible adults at all times. Please contact us for further details regarding this matter.