Year: 2019

Buzz Balms Back in Stock!

Looking for a last minute feel good stocking filler? Our Worthing buzz balms are back in stock at Larder (The wonderful zero waste shop in Montague Street).
All we ask in return for one of them is a suggested donation of £3-£5 to go towards purchasing new beehives, suits and equipment in 2020. They come in 2 yummy flavours – mint & frankincense and clemantine & cinnamon and contain our very own beeswax, cocoa butter, rosehip, borage, olive and coconut oil. Hurry while stocks last 🙂 and thank you for your support x

Worthing Community Chest AGM

On the evening of 14th November the Chamber at Worthing Town Hall was packed out with representatives from local organisations, the Mayor of Worthing and other local dignitaries, for the Annual General Meeting of Worthing Community Chest. As a past recipient of funding, Worthing Honey Collective is featured in this year’s Annual Report from Worthing Community Chest, which was distributed at the event. You can find out more about Worthing Community Chest via their website or FaceBook page.

Honey profits buy toys for creche

We are very pleased to announce that profits from the sale of Worthing Honey Collective honey were donated to Worthing Leisure Centre to enable them to buy toys for the creche.

Duncan Anderson, Chief Executive of South Downs Leisure said “This is a great story of amazing partnership work between South Down Leisure, the Worthing Honey Collective and of course the bees themselves. Our FIT4 members help to support the bees and in turn the bees have supported our creche”.

Read more in The Argus, October 31 2019.


New video from Colonnade House

We are absolutely delighted and humbled to be part of this great bunch of people, all making a positive difference in our town. They’re all an inspiration!

Watch the full film here:

#WeMakeWorthing is a campaign initiated by Colonnade House in collaboration with Discover Worthing that aims to platform and grow the network of creatives and entrepreneurs that make our seaside town a colourful and exciting place to be. The video that tells just a few stories of what it is like to be a maker or innovator in Worthing. It features our very own Anne and Debs during the Algeanarium project.