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HM The Queen
Pest Control Services
Rokill provides professional pest and bird-control services. Attention to detail, safety and discretion are integral to the service provided by our friendly team. Clients range from domestic property owners to multi-national corporations. Our solutions are bespoke and we pride ourselves on being adaptable and flexible.
Rokill Pest Control provides solutions for rats, mice, wasps, flies, biting insects, fleas, ants and clothes moths. We undertake one-off treatments or regular, planned preventative visits, depending on the levels of pest activity and your requirements. We operate a bird-proofing division, specialising in the installation of deterrent systems including netting and sprung wires, to prevent pest birds roosting on buildings. We can also clean and sanitise the area to remove bird fouling. We supply a comprehensive range of electronic fly killers for both the domestic and commercial markets.
Phone: 07831 456505
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Local Associations and Links
The Royal Warrant Holders Association
The Royal Warrant Holders Association was formed in 1840.
Its main objective is to ensure the continued existence of the Royal Warrant as a treasured and respected institution. It helps to administer applications for new Royal Warrants and changes to existing ones. It actively supports and encourages member participation in all five independently managed local associations, who are affiliated to the national association.
The Royal Warrant Holders Association is not part of the Royal Household, but belongs to its members. It advises members on everything to do with their Royal Warrants and assists with the correct interpretation and implementation of The Lord Chamberlain's Rules, which govern the Royal Warrant.
Aberdeen Association of Royal Warrant Holders
Following Queen Victoria's first visit to Deeside in 1848, a number of Aberdeenshire tradespeople found custom with the Balmoral Estate, the Monarch's private home in Scotland. In 1871, the Aberdeen Association was formally constituted, and it joined the national Association in 1931.
The Edinburgh Royal Warrant Holders Association
Founded in 1894 as the Edinburgh Association of Royal Tradesmen, this association changed its name to The Edinburgh Royal Warrant Holders Association in 1994, having joined the national Association in 1932. The Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh is HM The Queen's official Scottish residence.
Highgrove Royal Warrant Holders Association
The newest of the local Associations, the Highgrove Association was formed in 2010. It is named after Highgrove House, the private family home of HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, in Gloucestershire.
Sandringham Association of Royal Warrant Holders
The Sandringham Association was established in 1979 as a branch of the national Association. Most members of this Association are from the east of England or supply the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, HM The Queen's Norfolk retreat.