Honey Show

Tasting the mead


BBKA Rules (2016)

About Brockholes

Brockholes Nature Reserve is situated just off Junction 31 of the M6.

Brockholes is owned and managed by the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester & North Merseyside and has hosted over 500,000 visitors since we opened in April 2011.

Based on the site of an old quarry, the Trust has used their expertise to create habitats for lots of different wildlife. You can explore our 250 acre reserve with our network of trails and hides, not to mention the fantastic views offered overlooking the River Ribble. You can also explore our woods or enjoy the lakes on site, which have all been specially designed to attract all kinds of wildlife for you to see. The reserve changes throughout the seasons, so make sure you keep coming back to explore.

Our spectacular floating Visitor Village is the first of its kind in the UK, bringing you as close to nature as possible. The Visitor Village hosts our Welcome Centre, an activity room, our lakeside Reed Bed Restaurant,
 The Nest gift shop and Coots, which is the perfect place to get a quick snack or one of our many flavours of ice cream!

Brockholes is also an award-winning and eco-friendly conference venue that can host up to 130 delegates, while we also cater for your special events and are a fully licensed wedding venue. With the stunning Meadow Lake in the background we offer a breathtaking and romantic back-drop for photographs, while the floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views across the lake.

The honey show will take place in the activity room within the floating visitor village.

Honey classes

The silverware