Please find below some links that may be useful:
Bat Conservation Trust
All bats and their roosts in Britain are protected by law. The Bat Conservation Trust provide advice and guidance on bats as well as legal information if you have bats in your home or business. Bats help with pest control by eating insects, including bloodsucking mosquitoes.
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation
BASC is a national representative body originally set up to help wildfowlers and to promote total protection of wild birds. Members adhere to BASC’s Codes of Practice which help people understand the law as well as committing to high standards of health and safety. We are members of BASC and commit to its Codes of Practice.
The British Beekeepers Association Bees
The BBKA promote the craft of beekeeping and represents the interests of amateur beekeepers and honey bees they care for. Their website provides information and education on bees and the importance of bees in the environment. We do not provide any form of pest control for bees on ethical grounds.
Canal and River Trust
The Canal and River Trust encourage people to connect with their local waterways and promote the enjoyment that canals and rivers offer. Their website provides education, opportunities for volunteering and general information on canals, rivers and their areas.
Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
DEFRA is the UK government department responsible for safeguarding the natural environment, supporting food and farming industries, and sustaining rural economies. DEFRA works with other agencies and public bodies to promote a cleaner and healthier environment.
National Pest Technicians Association
The National Pest Technicians Association is a membership body who promote good practice within the pest control industry. They work with similar organisations to influence government thinking and provide up to date information, advice and guidance on pest control to their members. We are a member of the NPTA.
Think Wildlife – Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use
We adhere to The Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use Code of Practice which includes seven principles of pest control best practice:
• Always have a planned approach
• Always record quantity of bait & where it is placed
• Always use enough baiting points
• Always collect and dispose of rodent bodies
• Never leave bait exposed to non-target animals and birds
• Never fail to inspect bait regularly
• Never leave bait down at the end of the treatment
West Midlands Hedgehog Rescue
WMHR acts in the best interests of sick, injured or distressed wild native hedgehogs. They provide care in the “Hosprickal” and release hedgehogs back into the wild wherever possible. Their website provides advice on what to do if you see a hedgehog and how to make your garden more attractive for them. If you live in the West Midlands/South Staffordshire area and are concerned about a hedgehog, please use the link to visit their website. If you live outside this area, please seek advice from The British Hedgehog Preservation Society.
Unless stated, we are not affiliated with the links listed above and are not responsible for their content or information. We hope these links provide advice and guidance if you would like further information.
We are members of :
National Pest Technicians Association British Association for Shooting & Conservation Think Wildlife (CRRU)