CONTINUED sustainable growth has led to job opportunities at an organic farm estate near Corwen.

The 15,000 acre Rhug Estate has enjoyed one of its busiest years with redevelopment at its popular café and a series of projects and partnerships on the horizon, at home and on the global stage.

Already employing up to 100 staff, the business has vacancies in a wide range of areas, including retail and hospitality, office administration, accounts and with the award-winning Wild Beauty collection.

These come after a raft of new starters in 2023, including a meat production manager, accountant, farm and estate manager, and an estate and general manager.

Senior HR Advisor Michelle Thackaberry also joined the organisation this year.

She said: “On a personal note, I’m very excited to have joined the team and it’s an honour to be able to contribute to the ongoing success of an estate which has been such a huge part of the fabric here in North Wales for so many years.


“It’s very much like a family, and everyone is so committed to doing their best for Rhug.

“Over the course of the next year I have lots of plans to implement initiatives that will bring a positive impact, and creating an engaging employee experience is at the heart of it."

Rhug Estate owner Lord Newborough said: “We are experiencing growth on the retail side, on the farm and there are always seasonal positions so it’s an exciting time to work for us.

“We are proud to be one of the largest employers in rural North Wales and one that is committed to the health, wellbeing, and development of our amazing team."