Open today from 10am – 5pm
Horncliffe, Berwick-upon-Tweed TD15 2XT




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    Honey Rich Moisturiser (Rose) 50g

    Honey Rich Moisturiser (Rose)

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    Honey and Beeswax Hand Cream with Ylang Ylang 50g

    Our Honey Skincare range is made using our own honey from our 1,800 hives of bees.

    Our moisturising hand cream contains sweet almond, safflower and jojoba oils along with our own natural honey and beeswax to nourish and protect your hands.

    This hand cream is scented with the sweet, heady fragrance of essential oil of ylang ylang, which comes from tropical flowers grown widely in Madagascar. It makes a great gift for a friend or simply to yourself!

    It comes packaged in a recyclable glass jar.

    It is easily absorbed and is suitable for everyday use, leaving hands feeling silky smooth. (For drier hands try our Honey & Beeswax Natural Hand Balm).

    Ingredients: Aqua, Prunus Dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Cera Alba (Beeswax), Mel (Honey), Sodium Stearoyl Lactylate, Glyceryl Stearate (Emulsifiers), Carthamus Tinctorius (Thistle Oil), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Phenoxyethanol, Benzyl Alcohol, Potassium Sorbate (Preservatives), Lactic Acid, Cananga Odorata (Essential Oil of Ylang Ylang).

    Our skin care products are hand made here at Chain Bridge Honey Farm using our own honey and beeswax collected from 1,800 hives situated in Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. We use the highest quality natural base and essential oils and in our creams we use the ‘greenest’ preservative possible. We avoid the use of paraben preservatives.

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    Honey and Beeswax Hand Cream with Lavender 50g

    Honey and Beeswax Lavender Hand Cream

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    100% Natural Beeswax Duck Candle

    This little duck is a sweet addition to our beeswax candle range.


Chain Bridge Honey Farm

The Chain Bridge Honey Farm is a flourishing family business, started by beekeeping advisor William Selby Robson in 1948.

The enterprise at Chain Bridge Honey Farm is ‘vertically integrated’, in so far as all relevant jobs are carried out by the existing staff and this includes constructing the buildings, making the beehives (plus all the relevant parts), modifying and installing machinery, beekeeping and preparation of honey and by-products, wholesaling the products to retailers and retailing the product at Chain Bridge Honey Farm and online.

The farm currently employs 15 people including Willie and Daphne and their three children, Stephen, Heather and Frances.