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Sundial becomes leading light in sustainability

Admin, June 19, 2015

Sundial Hives
The prestigious Sundial Group is buzzing with excitement at the moment as it earns its sustainability stripes with the installation of nine bespoke beehives.

The group has been working with leading sustainability business Plan Bee Ltd to install the hives at its three locations; Highgate House in Northamptonshire, Woodside in Warwickshire and Barnett Hill in Surrey. Each venue is independently recognised for delivering excellent hotel and conference facilities and outstanding customer service.

Plan Bee has helped businesses from a variety of sectors to make their organisations as environmentally friendly as possible. The hives allow businesses to display a clear commitment to sustainability and their local community, and provide a unique brand of “Return on Involvement” with increased customers and customer loyalty as a result of the positive exposure. Sundial Group is in good company alongside Plan Bee’s other clients which include Highland Spring, Glengoyne Distillery, Balfour Beatty and BAM Nuttall.

As well as supporting dwindling honeybee populations, the hives each produce 24 jars of high quality honey, marketed with the group’s own branding for sale or to be given to valued customers. Each hive is also individually branded to the company’s own design.

Tim Chudley, Sundial Group’s Managing Director, said:

“The hospitality sector is an extremely competitive one, with customers seeking excellence in both service and products. Customers now expect providers to be both ethical and sustainable.  Supporting the declining bee population is our way of putting something into the environment, and making use of our extensive grounds. An added bonus for our customers is that they will benefit from enjoying the highest quality honey, all produced at Sundial.