It all started with a family…
The Chain Bridge Honey Farm is a family business started by W.S. Robson Snr. in 1948, sited in a northern England town of Berwick Upon Tweed, near Scotland. Currently, the beekeepers at Chain Bridge Honey Farm has tended 1,600 hives of bee across Northumberland and the Scottish Boarders. In good year, the farm can harvest up to 50 tons of honey, specialising in heather honey and comb honey. Beside these delicious honeys, the farm produces a wide ranges of high quality by-products including skin care products, honey mustards and handmade beeswax candles on site.
1600 Bee Hives
Beekeepers at Chain Bridge Honey Farm has tended 1,600 hives of bee across Northumberland and the Scottish Boarders
Sold to 350 Countries
The products are now sold to 350 countries throughout the United Kingdom, Japan, and Greater China Region including Hong Kong.
Our Heather Honey Lip Balm obtained the Silver Award from the Free From Skincare Awards.
The high quality honey products well represented in the region and have been frequently presented to the British royal family. When Queen Elizabeth visited the region, the Chain Bridge Honey Farm welcomed Her Majesty with the local producers. At the Chain Bridge Honey Farm, along with the Robson Family, a number of bees are dedicated to produce the products to the highest standards, without compromise.