Photograph of honey on the show bench by Simon Croson

Kidderminster Beekeepers’ Association shares its honey show with Hagley & Stourbridge and North East Worcestershire Beekeepers’ Associations. The Joint Honey Show 2022 will take place on Saturday 10 September at Hagley Free Church Hall, Worcester Road, Hagley, DY9 0NG. Judging will commence at 10.30.

The schedule, entry form and other information will be available to download in the “Documents” section.

Results from the Joint Honey Show 2021

Results from the Joint Honey Show 2019

Results from the Joint Honey Show 2018

Results from the Joint Honey Show 2017

Results from the Joint Honey Show 2016

Exhibiting at the Joint Honey Show

The show Schedule will be available in the “Documents” section below and details the classes. Your exhibits should be delivered between 8.30 and 10.00. It is important to read the Guidance Notes, also available below.

Entry fees

There are no entry fees and taking part in the Joint Honey Show is free of charge.

Entry form

The entry form will be available in the “Documents” section below. Please complete one copy for the Show Secretary and keep one yourself.


There is no prize money but several trophies are awarded.

List of Joint Honey Show trophies
Photographs of the Joint Honey Show trophies


Joint Honey Show Guidance Notes

Visiting the Joint Honey Show

Even if you’re not exhibiting it’s well worth going along to the show, especially if you’re planning to exhibit in the future. You’ll be able to see what goes on and how best to present your entries. In addition you may get the chance to buy some local produce or second-hand items.

Tea is served after the prizes have been awarded.


From Birmingham or Kidderminster travel along the A456 into Hagley until you reach the traffic lights at the junction of the B4187 Worcester Road. Turn into Worcester Road and the Free Church is on your left after 100 yards, next door to the Station Inn.

From Stourbridge follow the signs for Hagley along the B4187. Enter the village via the St Saviour’s traffic lights and straight forward into the shopping street. The Free Church is in another 600 yards on the right, just beyond the Station Inn.


Ample parking is available behind the church hall and entered from Chapel Street. Turn off Worcester Road into Chapel Street by the Station Inn. The entrance to the car park is near the bottom of Chapel Street on the left and the hall is then reached on foot by the passage from the car park.

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