The original molecatcher
NEXT TRAINING COURSE DATE- March 18th fully booked
April 15th 2018 fully booked- 28th April now booking
March 18th 2018
This beautiful Victorian country house hotel is the setting for the training course.Set in acres of Berkshire parkland it was formerly the home to the Marquis of Ormonde. Offering both conference and on site practical facilities, it provides a relaxing atmosphere in which to absorb the knowledge to become proficient in the skill of mole catching.
Located just off the M4 it is easily accessible from adjoining motorways and major roads making it the perfect choice for your course. The venue offers accommodation for those wishing to stay prior to or following the course with an award winning restaurant offering A La carte menu.
A full and comprehensive training day in the use of traditional tools of the trade and the skills to control moles. The course is designed to explain the reasons why so many fail to control moles successfully.
Both theoretical and practical sessions make this an enjoyable as well as knowledgeable experience.
Full one day training course
UK Rural Skills Certificate awarded
Course is basis recognised and CPD points are awarded
This course is accepted as part of the accreditation of the Guild of British Molecatchers – Master Molecatcher award
Fully inclusive of refreshments and lunch [ special dietary requirements catered for]
Available to individuals and groups
On site accommodation available
THIS IS THE BEST VALUE FOR MONEY TRADITIONAL MOLE CONTROL COURSE AVAILABLE IN THE UK.
COURSE FEE OF JUST £95-00 FULLY INCLUSIVE
WHY PAY MORE OR SETTLE FOR LESS?
UK Rural Skills certificated
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You may have read Jeff’s books on mole catching, seen him on TV or heard him on radio talking mole catching so why not come and enjoy a day and learn from him personally.
A relaxed and informative course that will inspire, educate and entertain.
Jeff provides this course at the best possible cost to enable everyone the opportunity to be proficient in traditional mole catching.