Suffolk Wildlife Services

Wildlife Management & Pest Control - Suffolk, South Norfolk, North Essex and North West Cambridgeshire

We have been controlling and managing wildlife for over 35 years

Tel: 01449 523024 or 01473 845108 Mob: 07598 269176

Mole Control Pullham Market Norfolk

Mole Control

The European Mole is rarely seen but the first signs of a moles underground activity is molehills that can quickly wreck gardens, sports fields, playing fields and crops.

A mole’s unseen tunneling will damage root systems of plants and seedlings as well as uncover stones and debris that could damage garden or farm machinery.

We offer a comprehensive mole control service on both a one off and contractual basis to homeowners, farmers, sports grounds, cemeteries, horticultural, estates, commercial and industrial clients.

We use traditional mole control methods, such as mole traps, to avoid causing unnecessary suffering. Our expert teams will help you identify an effective mole treatment by providing:

Fast, reliable response with no call out charges.
A free survey of the site or problem with a free no obligation quote.
Discreet and swift service for sensitive or urgent problems.

Population: Pre-breeding season estimated to be 31,000,000.

Regarded as one of the prettiest villages in south Norfolk, Pulham Market has a picturesque green surrounded by thatched cottages, a medieval church and a centuries-old alehouse; the quintessential English village.

But while local residents are proud of this rich heritage, the village is far from a quaint and sleepy corner of rural Norfolk. Modern-day Pulham Market is a thriving and active community with a rich seam of clubs and organisations, its own primary school and pre-school, a busy surgery, two churches, Post Office and general stores, two pubs, and farming, commercial and artisan activities.

Pulham Market is a village and civil parish in Norfolk, situated approximately 8 miles northeast of Diss and 14 miles south of Norwich. It covers an area of 12.08 km² and had a population of 999 in 443 households as of the 2001 census, the population falling to 977 at the 2011 Census.