Swarming is a natural part of a colony’s development. If the colony outgrows its current brood nest, the queen leaves the old nest with a large number of workers- this is called a swarm. The swarm clusters nearby and sends scout worker bees to find a new nest site. When the bees are clustered, a beekeeper can remove them. If the scouts find a new site and the swarm moves in, it can be difficult to have them removed.
If you have a swarm in Barnsley, or the surrounding area, we can help you.