452 days ago

Our Honey Shop will be open this Saturday from 10am - 3pm

Susan from

We are throwing open the doors on our honey shop for the first time this Saturday from 10am -3pm.
Come and see our great range of RAW honey and bee products including Cut Comb, Gift Boxes and our new range of Manuka Honey & Beeswax Body & Lip balms and Soap .
We are at 763 Poyntzs Road in Eyrewell Forest (off of South Eyre Road)

Come and taste our delicious honeys and try our fabulous Balms.

WE WILL HAVE AVAILABLE SOME GREAT SPECIALS AND MULTI BUY OFFERS

EFTPOS available

100% NATURAL 100% PURE 100% KIWI

If you can't make it tomorrow, check out our new website and online shop www.thebeekeepershoney.nz... or on Facebook The Beekeepers Honey NZ

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