November 27th, 2018
Following the success of last year’s University honey, we’re delighted to announce that honey produced from beehives located within the University’s grounds is once again for sale.
Two varieties of honey — gathered from beehives at King’s Meadow Campus and at Bunny Park (farmland near Sutton Bonington Campus) — are available. The different landscape settings are reflected in the flavour and colour of the two varieties.
The honey is currently being sold, while stocks last, in a number of campus outlets including Hendersans and Students’ Union shops. The sales at these outlets will be complemented by pop up stalls at King’s Meadow Campus and Sutton Bonington Famers’ Market.
The limited edition University honey is priced at £5.50. Please note that sales at the pop up stalls are cash only.
For a full list of outlets, please visit the sustainability webpages.
Given the limited supply of this seasonal product, we regret that we are unable to take any requests for bulk orders.
Proceeds from honey sales will contribute to the University’s Environment Initiative Fund, which provides grants to student or staff-led sustainability projects.
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