Rolls-Royce appoints Poppy Liddle, an eight-year-old girl, as a beekeeper
British luxury car maker Rolls-Royce has announced the appointment of an eight-year-old girl as a beekeeper on the company's bee farms. The company sympathized with the story of a girl named Poppy Liddle after her beehive was stolen last April.
Liddell's stepmother said in an interview with the Chichester Observer newspaper that she became interested in bees after she learned about them in school, and her interest led to visiting Hayling Island, which is famous for its many apiaries, and when she saw her she insisted on getting one.
After her story spread on social media and in the local media, the matter caught the attention of Rolls-Royce officials, and a special surprise was prepared for her, and she was taken from school to the company’s headquarters in Goodwood, and there she met the company’s beekeeper, Jason Hampton, and obtained a certificate from him. Denotes her position.
“We were moved by the invitation of Poppy Liddle after reading what happened to her in the local newspaper about the theft of her beehive,” said senior Rolls-Royce beekeeper Richard Carter. She is the first person appointed to the position of a young beekeeper in the company. We are all incredibly moved by her love and knowledge about bees, and we feel very fortunate to have her on our team. ”