Pest Control In Oxford
Pest Control In Oxford
PEST UK have many pest control clients within the area: These include Private and state Schools, Private Housing complexes, Restaurants and Private Domestic Houses. Some have pest control contracts and some call us on a regular basis to deal with the ‘normal’ pest control problems that include: ants, bees, bed bugs, cluster flies, rats, mice, squirrels, cockroaches, wasps, wasp nests, hornets, birds and other pest control pest problems.
Oxford is a city in the South East of England and is the county town of Oxfordshire, it is the 52nd largest city in the UK. The city is 57 miles from London, 69 miles from Bristol and 25 miles from Reading.
Known worldwide as the home to the University of Oxford, which is one of the oldest within English speaking parts of the world. There are buildings of many different architectural styles, some even from late Saxon times to be found within the city.
A diverse range of businesses are to be found within Oxford, ranging from education, science industries, manufacturing and publishing.
Cowley is the production site for minis for BMW, formerly part of Morris Motors manufacturing complex which produced such vehicles as the Morris Oxford, or “Bullnose”.
Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world, and second oldest after Cambridge University Press. The university became involved in the print trade around 1480, and printed Bibles, prayer books and also scholarly works. The first printer to be associated with the University was Theodoric Rood who brought his own press over from Cologne and worked in the city between 1480 and 1483. In modern times the company prints Oxford Instruments and Research Machines are two of the science and technology based companies within Oxford. The city has also gained a reputation as a centre for education industry Brewing has had a long history within Oxford several of the colleges themselves had private breweries. With the rapid growth of the city and its rail links allowed the expansion of the trade it allowed brewers from further afield to compete for some of the local market.
Culture And Community
There are 13 Cinemas and Theatres in Oxford The city has many tourist attractions, many of which are related to the university and colleges. As well as being a draw for tourists, Oxford city centre has many shops, theatres and an ice rink. The historic buildings make this a popular location for film and TV crews. For example Inspector Morse was set within the City.
The city centre is relatively small, and is centred on Carfax, a cross-roads which forms the junction of Cornmarket Street , Queen Street, St Aldate’s and the High. Cornmarket Street and Queen Street are home to Oxford’s various chain stores, as well as a small number of independent retailers, one of the longest established of which is Boswell’s, founded in 1738. St Aldate’s has few shops but has several local government buildings, including the town hall, the city police station and local council offices. The High, street is traditionally omitted by locals, is the longest of the four streets and has a number of independent and high-end chain stores, but mostly university and college buildings.
There are many museums, collections and galleries, most being free of charge to view. Most are departments of the University of Oxford. Of the many museums available for tourists these include- the Ashmolean Museum, University Museum of Natural History, Pitt Rivers Museum and the Museum of the History of Science
Oxford is served by the larger airports within the region as well as nearby Oxford Airport in Kidlington. The airport is also home to a training centre and several private jet companies. Oxford Bus Company, Ariva and Stagecoach Oxfordshire provide bus services to the city and its suburbs. There are five park and ride services for the predominantly car free City centre. The main roads to and from Oxford are the A34, A40, A44 and the A420. Motorway connection is via the M40.
In 1844 Great Western Railway linked Oxford to London Paddington via Didcot and Reading, in modern times Oxfords main rail way station has transfers for Bicester via the East West Rail Link, Chiltern Main Line serving High Wycombe and London Marylebone and the Varsity Line between Oxford and Cambridge.
Oxford Airport, also known as London Oxford Airport or as Kidlington Airport is a privately owned airport located near Kidlington. The airport specialises in general and business aviation and is also home to Oxford Aviation Academy, the largest air training school in Europe.
The airport was originally established in 1935 by Oxford City Council to act as municipal airport but following its use by the RAF during World War II it became established as a aviation education centre. By 1968 it was the second busiest airfield in the UK.
The airport is served by a seven-day Oxford Airport Shuttle bus service to and from Oxford railway station and Oxford bus station. There is no direct rail service.
The University of Oxford has no known foundation date. Teaching in some form existed as early as 1096. The historian Gerald of Wales lectured to scholars in 1188 and the first known foreign scholar, Emo of Friesland arrived in 1190. The university was granted a royal charter in 1248 in the reign of King Henry III. From 15th Century onwards the Renaissance influenced scholarly life. Of note, William Grocyn contributed to the revival of Greek language studies. With the English Reformation and breaking of communion with the Roman catholic church some scholars fled to continental Europe.
The method of teaching was turned from the medieval scholastic method, which involved reading a book or piece of scholarly work and comparing and discussing with disagreeing texts of multiple sources and would work to make a whole of the two differing arguments, to Renaissance education, or Humanism emphasising the value of human beings individually and collectively, preferring critical thinking over dogma. During the English Civil War the University was a centre of the Royalist party, while the town itself favoured the Parliamentarian cause.
The leading football team within the city is Oxford United, currently in League One. Founded in 1893 as Headington United, the current name was adopted in 1960. They joined the Football League in 1962 after winning the Southern Football League and reached Second Division in 1968. After an 18 year decline beginning in 1988 the club found itself in the National League, or Conference as it was formerly known in 2006.
There are a number of Rugby teams including- Oxford Harlequins RFC, the city’s main Rugby Union team, Oxford R.F.C, the oldest city team and Oxford University RFC are the most famous with more than 300 Oxford players having International honours.
Oxford Saints are Oxford’s senior American Football team, founded in 1983 they are one of the longest running and have competed for 30 years against other British teams countrywide.
Some of the pests we deal with:
|Rats||You may see rats during daylight hours but they prefer to operate at night.|
|Ants||Worker ants will frequently enter dwellings foraging for food, particularly sweet substances.|
|Cockroaches||Cockroaches are mainly nocturnal so they are more likely to be seen at night.|
|Squirrels||The most common complaint about Squirrels is when they take residence in a loft space.|
|Mice||You may see, hear or smell a mouse problem or see other evidence such as burrowing in insulation or soil.|
|Wasps||Wasps are aggressive and will sting readily if they think the nest is in danger.|