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Does anyone know where can I buy local honey?

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I've seen it for sale in Amersham market on Tuesdays but I've no idea if they are there every Tuesday.

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A friend of my wife's keeps a few hives and sells the honey. I'll check tomorrow if he still has any (I guess the bees are not producing any at the moment).

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There's a lady down Bachelor's Way who keeps bees and sells honey - not sure of the house number 5 or 7 - there's a small notice in the window by the front door.

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In Chesham try Healthright, Gerry Martin, Darvells or the Local Produce Market.

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There's a lady down Bachelor's Way who keeps bees and sells honey - not sure of the house number 5 or 7 - there's a small notice in the window by the front door.

We've bought this honey before - just knocked on her door as we passed the house one day. It was delicious.

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The house in Bachelors Way is that of my wife's friend. They do have some for sale now. Have PM'd you their phone number.

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Thank you. I'll give them a call.

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In Chesham try Healthright, Gerry Martin, Darvells or the Local Produce Market.

Yes I used to get mine from Healthright.Apparently local honey is menat to help alleviate the sysmtpons of hayfever, though I'm a bit sceptical.Heres a link to the local produce market in Chesham:

http://www.cheshamintransition.org.uk/news/17/70/Local-Produce-Market.html

and one for Amersham:

http://www.buckscountrymarkets.co.uk/page2.htm

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You can buy local honey in the Friends shop at the Chiltern Open Air Musem. The COAM is on Gorelands Lane in Chalfont St Giles. I must say the COAM is a local hidden gem. More than worth a visit.

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