Few creatures are more vital to our survival than bees - pollinating the world's fruit and vegetable crops.
Yet in recent years their numbers have fallen alarmingly which makes a traditional market that takes place every year in Sussex all the more important.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to beekeepers Jonathan Cootae and Brian Hopper, as well as president of Sussex Beekeepers Association, Amanda Millar.
The warm dry weather has been a boon for the beekeepers of the south east. And for 15-year-old Jordan Whitcombe, it's the best possible start for his hobby in charge of almost a quarter of a million honey bees. And he's now reaping the rewards with his very own honey. Tom Savvides reports.