By Appointment to:
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
Headlands Business Park
Windsor Castle is very special being in continuous use as a Royal Residence since William the Conqueror making Windsor Warrant Holders one of the proudest associations of warrant holders.The Windsor, Eton & District Association is the oldest of the local associations. Its origins can be traced to 1810, when the tradesmen serving Windsor Castle first formally dined together. In 1827 the King provided a buck to roast for the annual banquet this tradition continued until 1947 stopping only because of rationing after World War II. Since 1928 members of the Royal Household have been invited to the banquets and in 1962 The Duke of Edinburgh attended. It joined the National Association in 1987.
The objectives of the Association are:
To uphold the values and quality of service granted by the Royal Households and enshrined in the grant of the Royal Warrant to its members.
To promote the social integration and business networking of members with meetings and activities, including social and sporting events, visits to members’ businesses and charitable fund-raising activities.
To support and liaise with the National Association of the Royal Warrant Holders in the performance of its activities.
To support and liaise and raise funds for the Royal Warrant Holders Charity QEST and the Charity Fund.
To develop ‘local’ relationships with other organisations, business to promote a wider understanding of the values of the Association and its potential to contribute to and educate the community.
To encourage and support the development of crafts, apprenticeships and skills within the community.
Member Michael Skinner writes: "Finally got around the reading the website. It really is excellent and congratulations to all the contributors and editor: please advise me where I can find the Constitution?"