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How does a wasps nest form?

Posted by on May 19, 2018 in BH postcode, Bournemouth, Christchurch, Dorset, Ferndown, Fordingbridge, Moordown, Parkstone, pest control, Poole, Ringwood, St. Leonards, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, wasp nest, Wasp problem, Wasp Removal, Wasps, wasps nest, Wimborne, Winton | 0 comments

The first sign of a pending wasps nest is the queen wasp’s nest, the size of a golf ball, in a loft, shed or other quiet position, somewhere in Moordown, Bournemouth, where she has spent the winter months.           Cells are built into the nest a few at a time to begin with in Parkstone, Poole until the first batch of eggs pupate into workers.         As more worker wasps arrive the nest is enlarged in Christchurch and full scale production can commence!         Depending on the weather and temperatures, the nest can grow...

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PEST CONTROL BOURNEMOUTH – QUEENS PARK AND CHARMINSTER

Posted by on May 29, 2013 in Ants, birds, Bournemouth, Charminster, Christchurch, fleas, Foxes, Insects, Littledown, mice, moles, Moordown, pest control, Pest Control News, pest prevention, Pigeons, Poole, Queens Park, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, squirrels, Verwood, Wasp, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

QUEENS PARK-BOURNEMOUTH As is the case for most areas in Dorset, Queens Park and Charminster were originally heathland and referred to as “the Great Heath”. The area was used as a place to cut turf, (turbary), for fuel until the 1800’s when it was nearly ended by legislation, but local protestors managed to regain five specific lots of land to carry on the practice. One lot of 147 acres was known as Lot 60 and this is now Queens Park. The other Lots ended up as Seafield Gardens, King’s Park, Redhill Common and Meyrick Park. In 1902 with the coronation of King Edward VII Lot 59 became King’s...

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Pest Control and Wasp Control Winton Moordown Talbot Village Redhill Ensbury Park Muscliffe

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in Ants, Bees, birds, Bournemouth, Charminster, Christchurch, Ensbury Park, fleas, Foxes, mice, moles, Moordown, Muscliffe, pest control, pest prevention, Pigeons, Poole, Queens Park, Rats, Redhill, Ringwood, Rodents, squirrels, Talbot Village, Verwood, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps, Winton | 0 comments

Much like Queens Park and neighbouring Charminster, Winton was heathland to the west of the New Forest and the area was known as “The Liberty of Westover” meaning west of the Stour. The principle land owner was the Earl of Malmesbury and the name appears on many of the deeds of houses in the area. It is surrounded by Ensbury Park, Muscliffe, Redhill, Moordown, Queens Park and Charminster and forms part of the borough of Bournemouth. Around 1850 two sisters called Georgina and Marianne Talbot purchased land and set about building an area which became Talbot Village, to the east they sank...

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