🐝 Would you like to work for Rolls Royce as a ... beekeeper? 🐝
Rolls Royce recruits beekeepers in his famous Goodwood Apiary.
Established in 2018, the Goodwood Apiary is home to six colonies of around 300,000 English honey bees. With 500,000 trees, shrubs and wildflowers flourishing across Rolls-Royce’s a 42-acre sanctuary, a dedicated team of 250,000 people helps to conserve the declining species.
“The Rolls-Royce Apiary has proved tremendously popular and rewarding since we established it three years ago. Thanks to media interest around the world, our bees have become minor celebrities, and their progress is monitored closely by our customers and followers worldwide. With Spring now upon us, and the wildflowers and blossoms appearing across our site and the surrounding countryside, we're inviting colleagues to act as volunteer beekeepers for the new honey-making season. It's a wonderful opportunity to get directly involved in bee conservation, which is so critical in supporting a healthy, sustainable ecosystem and human food production. Plus, colleagues can take pride in helping the bees to create a natural product that's available in even smaller quantities than our renowned motor cars», said Richard Carter, Director of Global Communications, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
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