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Three Honiton venues work together for Spring Fair

Three venues have joined together to bring the first Spring Fair to Honiton on Saturday 22 April. Artisans and makers will be selling their gifts and crafts in the magical gardens of THG (Thelma Hulbert Gallery) and Toast Café. Visitors will be able to browse an exquisite selection of wares including jewellery, textiles, willow work, glass, wood, wirework, ceramics, preserves ... Read More »

Apr 13: Bats & bat-box making

by Blackdown Hills Natural Futures If you’re batty about bats here’s your chance to get to know them better with the Devon Greater Horseshoe Bat project. Learn all about these fascinating winged mammals; discover how to make your garden bat-friendly and make your own bat-box to take home. There will be one free bat-box available per family, so please book ... Read More »

8th June: East Devon Death Café

Breathe Life into Conversations about Dying Death is a natural part of being human and just like taxes we can’t avoid it. We will all experience loss, have our own beliefs and opinions and be faced with a range of choices and decisions that we could make, or will make for others when the time comes. A survey by the ... Read More »


Devon artist Julie Dunster is challenging you to help her to create a five foot high landscape painting for her upcoming exhibition “A Sense of Devon” which takes place at the Beehive, Honiton from 16th May to 12th June 2017. She explains, “I feel that memories ‘frame’ our sense of place. Photographs contribute to our memories. So, for this exhibition ... Read More »

The Creation Station is back 20/27 March

Love getting creative at home but don’t like the clearing up afterwards? Come and join our Little Explorers arts classes for children aged 15 months-5 years for painting, creating and lots more (and we’ll take care of the cleaning up)! HALF PRICE TASTER SESSIONS ONLY £2.50 PER CHILD- REDEEMABLE IF YOU BLOCK BOOK FOR OUR SHIMMY SHAPES SESSIONS NEXT HALF ... Read More »

2nd March: Honiton Area Voluntary Groups Forum

Thursday 2nd March 2017,  2-4pm The Beehive Honiton Open to all community groups providing health and wellbeing support services and activities. How can we provide better services for our communities? The objectives of the Forum event will be to: To network and share good practice and find out what’s going on To identify any unmet needs with the Honiton area. To identify ... Read More »

Be a Beehive Techie!

The Beehive really needs some more technical volunteers to help with the digital cinema projector, stage lighting and live sound systems. We currently have a small band of ‘experts’ who are willing to pass their skills on to other volunteers in training courses and ‘hands on’ experience. Each section has different skills and will be treated separately so if you ... Read More »

‘Private Peaceful’ – 17/18/19 Nov 2016

Honiton Community Theatre Company’s latest production at The Beehive opens this week with ‘Private Peaceful’ the stage adaptation of the Michael Morpurgo’s novel of the same name. It’s the story of two young brothers who go to war together in 1914 from Devon. The play takes us through their joyful rural upbringing and their experiences on the battlefields of France. ... Read More »

The Beehive Craft Fair 2016

Whether you’re looking for that special gift or a little extra food item, there is something for everyone at  the Craft Fair taking place at The Beehive on Saturday 5th November 2016. Entry is free. Over 40 exhibitors will be on both floors of The Beehive displaying a wide variety of crafts from across the south west. These include potters, ... Read More »

The Beehive scoops town council community award

Honiton Town Council has received a community award from East Devon District Council (EDDC) for The Beehive as part of the Queen’s 90th birthday celebration. The chairman awards ceremony took place in which councillor Stuart Hughes acknowledged the outstanding work carried out by town and parish councils in East Devon for the benefit of local communities. There were three categories ... Read More »

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