IHBC members: Can you help? ‘Bats in Churches’ survey closes 30 Nov

Bats in Churches websiteThe HLF Bats in Churches (BiC) 2017 project partners – HLF, Natural England, Bat Conservation Trust, Historic England and Churches Conservation Trust – seek insights from anyone working or volunteering with historic buildings, including churches, who also has experience dealing with bats or natural heritage related issues, with the survey closing 30 November.

Diana Evans, Head of Places of Worship and Owners Advice at Historic England writes:

The Bats in Churches project seeks your insights as someone working or volunteering with historic buildings, including churches, who also has experience dealing with bats or natural heritage related issues. The project team want to know more about your experiences and opinions of working with historic & natural heritage, both positive and negative, so please feel free to comment fully.


The BiC partnership writes:

As well as helping churches with bats, the HLF Bats in Churches partnership project (BiC) also aims to help protect other historic buildings and their natural heritage. We would therefore greatly value your response to this questionnaire to help us improve and develop the project and its legacy, and specifically our volunteer training and resources.

The questionnaire seeks your insights as someone working or volunteering with historic buildings, including churches, who also has experience dealing with bats or natural heritage related issues. We want to know more about your experiences and opinions of working with historic & natural heritage, both positive and negative, so please feel free to comment fully.

Before you complete this questionnaire you may find it helpful to visit the BiC website, to learn more about our project and understand our aims and objectives with this questionnaire: http://www.batsandchurches.org.uk

See more background and complete the survey questionnaire

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