By Claire Harrison
Pigeon proofing has taken place to keep the winged pests away from shoppers and traders
Winged pests will be a thing of the past thanks to a make-over at Bedworth’s indoor market including pigeon proofing.
Spikes have been placed near to where pigeons are known to roost within the market area to prevent the unsightly mess they cause.
Special optical gels, which give off a smell and image disliked by pigeons, as well as being sticky have also been installed to try and keep the birds away.
The pigeon proofing forms part of a make-over at the indoor market.
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