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An academic’s response to the Westminster Hall Bats and Churches Debate

    There has continued to be lots of comments about Sir Tim Baldry’s  recent speech at Westminster Hall.  I make no apology for going back to the subject.   Dr Kirsty Park of Stirling University has just posted a … Continue reading

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Bats and churches

Every now and again the issue of bats and churches rears its head. Very many churches in the UK have bats and ,while some churches do have problems with them, most churches arewelcoming and many actively like their bats. The … Continue reading

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Bats in churches

BBC News and many other media outlets have reported on the long term difficulty that St Hilda’s Church Ellerburn has been having with their bats. They are now applying for an exclusion licence – though it is easier said than … Continue reading

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Bats and churches

Bats are common occupants of churches and in many cases peacefully coexist with parishioners. Recently there has been a lot in the press about the bat ” problem” in churches.  preventing people from being able to worship. Bat Conversation Trust’s … Continue reading

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