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Canterbury lies on the river Stour, or Great Stour. The river divides the south east of the city, one branch flowing through Canterbury, whilst the other navigates around the former city walls. The two finally recombine around the town of Fordwich.
The extraordinary cathedral dominates the medieval streets, containing many timber-framed 16th and 17th century houses, within the city walls. Among these listed buildings, a boldly modern theatre - named after the city's famous son Christopher Marlowe - has been built on the river bank, and an art museum has been restored and doubled in size.
The city is also host to four universities: The University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University, and University for the Creative Arts and most recently the American University – Canterbury. In fact, an estimated 31,000 students (about 22% of the city’s population) live and study in Canterbury.
A system of smart devices specially designed for industry requirements to detect, capture and humanely eliminate a variety of pests
People come from across the globe to Canterbury for world-class heritage, culture and festivals, to visit and to study, eat, drink and hang out. They all need sustenance from cafes, bars, pubs, takeaways and restaurants. Rats and mice are scavenger thriving in urban areas from Tyler Hill to Fordwich can offer them easy food and shelter. which can flourish in tourist areas, eating anything from rubbish in bins and discarded left-overs to fruits and seeds in gardens and parks and food in our homes if they get in.The most effective way to get rid of rodents is by professional, targeted treatments.
Our local pest control team understand the huge pressures that tourist towns in particular, are under as opportunistic pests such as rats, mice, gulls and feral pigeons exploit the area. No matter the size of your pest infestation, our team will find an effective solution for you.
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