BRITISH TRADITIONAL MOLECATCHERS REGISTER.
"We don't make a Mountain out of a Molehill"
The BTMR is pleased to welcome our 400th member - Roy Wood.
Roy lives on a farm in the Hampshire village of South Warnborough.
Molecatching initially began as a hobby 20years ago when his own garden became overrun. After that challenge, he always volunteered his services to friends and neighbours but circumstances didn't allow him to pursue this venture. It wasn't until 6years ago that his hobby turned into something more.
He was able to mole catch at weekends and achieved great results.
With redundancy looming in 2010 after 30yrs in the same career, Roy decided to do what he loved, he booked himself onto a molecatching course and excelled at it. Over the years, Roy had read many books, experimented with various traps and methods and was now ready to put his passion into action and set up Molegone.
Since Aug 2010 Roy has worked extremely hard to build up a client base which ranges from equestrian centres and private residences to hotels and farms. With his no catch no fee work ethic, his drive, commitment and enthusiasm, Roy is getting results and says that no job is too big or too small. More details can be found on Roys website - www.molegone.co.uk
Good luck to Roy and welcome to the BTMR.
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