National Honey Show

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The National Honey Show is an annual British show of honey and other bee products.

It first took place in 1923 at The Crystal Palace, and continued to be held there until 1936, when The Crystal Palace burnt down. The National Honey Show is held every October (as of 2008) at St George's College, Weybridge, Surrey. Events that take place at the show include several competitions (e.g. honey, mead, and beeswax), workshops and lectures.

As of 2016 The National Honey Show is held at Sandown Park Racecourse.

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