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Thornes of Windsor

Carrying a large range of the best quality beekeeping equipment in the country, our Thornes of Windsor store is well worth a visit.

Ideally situated within a few miles of the M4 the Windsor branch is a bustling shop and an ideal place to pickup that vital piece of equipment. The shop is always fully stocked with both beekeeping and candlemaking products. We usually deliver to Windsor once a week, so if the piece of equipment you want to purchase, or even look at, isn't in stock, we can get it to the branch very quickly.

We are lucky enough to have two experienced beekeepers running our Windsor store.  Bob Loades (ex-Bee Inspector) and John White.  They will be happy to help and give advice about all aspects of beekeeping.

The annual Thornes of Windsor Sale Day, held in early September, is a must for any local beekeeper.

Thornes of Windsor will also take in beeswax to swap for freshly milled foundation and stocks an IBC of syrup so you can fill your own containers.

Oakley Green Farm, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 4PZ, United Kingdom

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat,

10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

Bank Holidays Closed

Finding us couldn't be easier!

Leave the M4 at junction 6 following signs for Windsor on the A355. Turn left down the slip road and turn right at the roundabout onto the A308, signed Maidenhead. After approx. one mile take a left on to the B3024, signed Oakley Green. Thornes of Windsor just less than one mile down this road on the left-hand side. The entrance is marked with a white beehive.

We’re here to help you

Our experienced and knowledgeable staff will be here to answer any questions you may have. From complete beginners to experienced beekeepers we are happy to help you in any way we can.


Bob Loades and John White

Windsor Branch Managers

Bob was 8 when first exposed to bees & started keeping bees in the 90s. 3 years as an SBI and started at Thornes in 2011. John is a hobbyist beekeeper who likes to experiment with keeping bees in different ways, always with the bees well being at heart.

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