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Saturday 10th December 2022

About the Hewanorra National Honey Show (HNHS)

In 2021, the Iyanola Apiculture Collective, with support from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP), hosted the country’s first honey show. The aim of the Hewanorra National Honey Show is to support the development of the local honey sector by providing a forum which will raise the standard and profile of St. Lucian honey. 

Last year’s event was an overwhelming success since it allowed beekeepers and bee practitioners to exchange, compete and ply their products, thereby highlighting the importance of the sector to the country and encouraging its development. The HNHS and Exhibition was the first of its kind in St. Lucia. The results of the perception and financial impact survey reveal that 94% of exhibitors were satisfied with the event and 86% of the visitors were satisfied with the event. The judging of the HNHS was of a high standard and participants learnt from the experience. Stakeholders have signalled their intention to commence preparations for the next HNHS and Exhibition. Head Judge Sue Carter of the London Honey Show was especially impressed.

Show categories

Show categories

Honey in Jar
Bees Wax
Honey Cocktail
Baking with Honey
Art & Photography
Most Points in Show
Best in Show (Challenge Cup)

Entries

Entries

will be accepted on:

Friday 9th December, 2022

10am - 4pm at Bay Gardens Marina Haven

Judging

Judging

will commence on:

Friday 9th December, 2022 from 4pm onwards.

Judges: Sue Carter, Bill Fisher, Chef Orlando

Presentation of awards

Presentation of Awards

Saturday 10th December, 2022

Awards announced throughout the day from 12noon.

Public viewing at the IGY Marina all day Saturday.

For More Information Contact:

Samantha Justin, Phone: (758) 724-7936  |  Email: sajustin11@gmail.com