March 09, 2021 By C! Magazine Staff

Rolls-Royce calls on children to help make its little Wildlife Garden more friendly to humans and animals

There is this little secluded area in the Home of Rolls-Royce in Goodwood, West Sussex known as the Wildlife Garden. Here, biodiversity thrives as flora and fauna meet and create an ecosystem that’s friendly to nature and the environment.

To ensure its continuity, the folks at the Home of Rolls-Royce are inviting the youth to come up with designs and ideas on how to make it more sustainable and friendly to humans as well. Children aged five to 11 years old can submit their ideas about how to make this a truly friendly place for both humans and wildlife.

These ideas range from putting seats, shelters, and other human friendly items that would co-exist well with the birds, insects, and even the 250,000 or so English Honey Bees that frequent the Wildlife Garden. It’s essentially meant to promote harmony and peaceful co-existence—the way God intended it to be.

After designing the Rolls-Royce of the future, children are now invited to pitch their ideas on how to make our world, or at least the Wildlife Garden at the Home of Rolls-Royce a more sustainable place for humans and nature.

Visit to find out more about the Rolls-Royce Wildlife Garden Competition.

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