Nook Farm Honey, Heather Moor Untitled Document

  1. How do I order some of your honey?
    Use our online ordering system. Alternatively you may wish to complete our order form. You can download a copy from the website. You may want to email us, our email address is This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it and someone will contact you back. Alternatively you can give us a call or Fax on 016977 48317.

  2. Can you deliver?
    Yes. We use a very reliable local courier company and Royal Mail standard 3-5 day delivery.

  3. What is your minimum private order amount?
    We do not have a minimum order amount for individuals wishing to purchase our honey. Unfortunately though the cost of postage for one jar of honey is quite expensive and it may be more cost effective to order more at one time.

  4. What is your minimum trade order amount?
    Our minimum order for retail outlets is 24 jars of any type.

  5. How do I become a stockist of your honey?
    Email us through the website by clicking on the 'Join our stockist list' link. We will contact you as soon as we can normally within a couple of working days. We will be able to answer any questions you may have about price, and how to order. Or feel free to give us a call.

  6. Other than shops where can I buy your honey?
    We often attend food markets and agricultural shows in our local area. You can also order direct through the website.

  7. Is your honey always available?
    Honey is a seasonal product and this may mean that some of our honeys are not always available. Please contact us either by email or telephone to check if we are in stock.

  8. How should your honey be stored?
    Honey should be stored at room temperature ideally between 18-22șC. Lower temperatures will cause honey to crystallise or granulate, if this occurs you may wish to place the jar in a bowl of warm water and the honey should become runny again.

  9. Where can I find out more about Bees and Beekeeping?
    We recommend that you visit the British Beekeeping Association Website frequently asked questions area here you will find out lots of facts and information. Alternatively contact your local beekeeping association.

  10. Which of your honeys is most popular?
    All of our honey is extremely well received. Everyones has different tastes so best to try it for yourself.

  11. Can I visit Nook Farm?
    Nook Farm is located in 'The Bailey' North East Cumbria in-between the Scottish Borders and the Northern Pennines, not far from the Lake District. The area is of stunning natural beauty and there are many B&B's etc where you can stay.
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