Meet the Team

All Sefton’s Pest Control Officers are fully trained, professional and highly experienced in all aspects of public health pests.

We have access to the best and most up to date pest control technologies, which enable us to be more efficient and successful than ever before.

All our officers are also Stewards of the Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use.


This means they will take extra precaution not to cause any harm to non-target species, only those pests you have asked us to get rid of. We have taken advantage of the technical advances made within the industry and can offer various mechanical means of getting rid of rodents.

Anthony White – Senior Pest Control Officer


Tony is the Leader of the team a position he has held since 2016. He joined the team as its junior member 20 years ago. Tony is passionate about resolving all pest control issues and relishes the challenges faced day by day by the people of Sefton.

He is a keen biker, musician and loves most sports and, like the rest of team, takes great  pride in his work.

Tommy Davies Pest Control Officer

Tommy is our most experienced Officer having started in pest control 31 years ago and has seen many changes in that time.

He is an avid  football supporter and as he puts it, “follows Everton for his sins” Tommy thoroughly enjoys his job and even after all these years he still gets a kick out of helping people and fixing their pest problems.


Vincent Wells – Pest Control Officer


Vinny is the highest decorated Officer in the team having the most commendations sent in about his methods and thoroughness. Vinny has been with the Council since 2003 and amongst his hobbies he enjoys fishing, football and going to the gym.



Allan Ely – Pest Control Officer

Allan is our resident cartoonist and has worked in Pest Control for 15 years.Allan likes football, cinema and reading fiction. Like the other Officers, Allan will always go the extra mile to resolve a pest control problem and takes great pride in providing a thorough and successful service.