Welcome to the Cardona Family….

Welcome to the Cardona Family….

We’d like to introduce you to our newest member of the family, our brand new American style BBQ smoker! She had her first outing at Tie The Knot Wedding Carnival last weekend to appreciative crowds and we’ll be wheeling her out this weekend at the annual Letchworth Food and Garden Festival. We’ll be cooking delicious…

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Don’t just take our word for it! Event testimonials….

Don’t just take our word for it! Event testimonials….

Of course, we’re really proud of what we do. We source lovely local produce and take great care in serving up delicious food at all our events, whether they are a local festival, wedding, engagement party or charity event. We can provide a solution to fit every budget – from a cracking hog roast to…

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A Bee Rescue in Bedfordshire….

A Bee Rescue in Bedfordshire….

During the Autumn I received a call from Newport Pagnall Contruction about a colony of bees which they had found on a job. They had been working on a site in Blunham in Bedfordshire of a converted rectory, it was a beautiful building. They needed the bees removed before they could start work on the…

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Cardona & Son Honey….

Cardona & Son Honey….

Hi there! We’re adding stockists all the time – but here are just a few of the outlets where you can buy our lovely raw honey… Thornes Garden Centre – Stotfold Beales Butchers – Stotfold Hermitage Road Cafe – Hitchin Crumps Butchers – Ashwell Or feel free to give Andre a call to discuss bulk…

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The Honey Club – Beetopia

The Honey Club – Beetopia

This is one for anyone interested in bees, design and cocktails… The Honey Club is a fantastic initiative involving expanding a network of bee-caring communities in urban spaces. Last night I attended a private view for their exhibition Beetopia at the Guardian in Kings Cross, London. The exhibition brings together 25 top illustrators from across Europe…

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Bumper Honey Crop….

Bumper Honey Crop….

After what could only be described as a pretty dire lead up to this Summer for our bees –  a rainy end to the season in 2012, bitterly cold Winter and snowy April –  we have been pleasantly suprised by our best honey harvest yet this season. Many hours have been spent filling jars full…

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