Only 9 days to go, on the countdown now till the end!

February 27, 2021

Only 9 days to go, on the countdown now till the end!

Only 9 days to go, on the countdown now till the end!

I'm down to single digits now and coming into the last week of my Pozible crowd funding campaign.

The very warmest of thank you's to everyone who has pledged so far. You'll only be charged when I reach my target and right now I'm halfway there after unfortunately going backwards in the last few days with some pledge cancellations.

Don't forget that it's an all-or-nothing-campaign, I'm half way to hitting my target and if I don't get there then unfortunately no one gets my delicious creamed honey.

If you have been thinking that you would really like to enjoy some delicious Creamed Honey and to support a family of hardworking beekeepers. Now would be the time to make a move and buzz on over! There's also only a very limited time to take advantage of the sweet deal of a bonus jar of Creamed Honey with Red Berries with every pledge. 

Please don't hesitate and miss your chance! Click here and pledge now!

Honey Creamed Machine  Creamed honey from two Busy Bees Honey





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