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Talbot Village

Pest Control and Wasp Control in the Borough of Poole Dorset

Posted by on Aug 2, 2012 in Ants, Bees, birds, Bournemouth, Branksome, Broadstone, Canford Heath, Christchurch, Corfe Mullen, Creekmoor, Dorset, fleas, Fleetsbridge, Foxes, Hamworthy, Insects, mice, moles, Oakdale, Parkstone, pest control, pest prevention, Poole, Rabbits, Rats, Ringwood, Rodents, Sandbanks, squirrels, Talbot Village, Upton, Verwood, Wallisdown, Wasp Control, Wasp Removal, Wasps | 0 comments

Poole is located in Dorset with a shore-line on the English Channel and it has the largest natural harbour in Europe and the second largest natural harbour in the world. The harbour area itself contains several small islands including Brownsea which is owned by the National Trust and is well known for both migrating and nesting birds. The area also contains the largest onshore oil field in Britain. To the west of Poole are Hamworthy and Upton with Corfe Mullen, Broadstone, Canford Heath and Oakdale to the north. Moving further clockwise to the east are found Newtown, Parkstone and Branksome...

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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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