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Thursday 13 July 2006 12.30pm
There will apparently be a stall selling local honey in Lower Marsh tomorrow as part of the 'enhanced' market in connection with the Waterloo Carnival:
http://www.london-se1.co.uk/whatson/event/232/waterloo-carnival

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Wednesday 2 August 2006 5.49pm
There's a man at Borough Market who sells local honey. There's even Catford honey, most unlikely tho it sounds. And delicious too.
Monday 23 October 2006 1.01pm
I produce honey in Regents Park which is delicious. You can find the suppliers on my website http://www.purefood.co.uk. There aren't any in SE1 at the moment.
Konstam, the restaurant mentioned in another post, has bought some honey this year.
All of this year's stock is nearly gone so if you do want some you will have to get it soon.

Hope you enjoy it.
Monday 23 October 2006 1.13pm
What a lovely website and video! My grandfather used to keep bees and I have such fond memories of helping him. Apart from having the honey we made candles with the wax and I could not get enough of bee stories and their fascinating behaviour. I'd love to visit you in Regents park.
Monday 23 October 2006 7.44pm
Hi Button,

Roots & Shoots, the community & educational garden in Walnut Tree Walk, Kennington do local honey. See http://www.roots-and-shoots.org/

They have hives & The London Beekeepers Association are based there. You can read about how you can buy it at http://www.lbka.org.uk/index.php?page=Honey%20Sales

Enjoy!
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