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church interior showing tiled floor and arches

Arundel, St Nicholas

The church of St Nicholas Arundel is full of treasures

Church with bell tower, surrounded by trees, with sign and a few people in churchyard

Askham, St Peter

A small ‘pre-ecclesiological’ Gothic Revival church of 1832 by Sir Robert Smirke (the architect for nearby Lowther Castle), incorporating features from the earlier medieval church on this site.

A shield shaped panel of stained glass showing a coat of arms of three bulls head arranged around a red chevron

Baconsthorpe, St Mary

A pretty decorated Norfolk church full of monuments to the Heydon family and home to a roost of Common and Soprano Pipistrelles.

A medieval wall painting in tones of red showing the lower half of St George spearing the mouth of a small dragon

Banningham, St Botolph

A part-thatched Norfolk church with a series of wall paintings and a collection of fine Medieval glass. Home to Pipistrelle and Brown-long Eared bats.

An iron gate and arched gateway, the end of church is just visible through the gate

Billingford, St Leonard

A picturesque, peaceful church on the Norfolk/Suffolk border with Natterer’s bats roosting in the low tower.

Looking down on church tower beside a lake with fields and houses

Blagdon, St Andrew

The C15th tower of the beautiful church of St Andrew’s is one of the tallest in Somerset, and an important feature in the landscape.

This is a weeping angel

Blickling, St Andrew

Home of the Boleyn family and the Marquesses of Lothian, we’re working to protect the many brasses and monuments from bat-related damage.

A medieval carved miserichord showing a man reaping wheat with a scythe alongside another figure

Brampton, St Mary Magdalene

An active community church just outside Huntingdon. We’re commissioning full surveys of the bats and the church heritage to see how we can help here.

Braunston-in-Rutland, All Saints

One of our three pilot churches, the Soprano Pipistrelle colony is still thriving in the south aisle roof with no mess or damage inside the church.

A wall painting of St Andrew, now in black red and cream, he has a red halo and holds two crossed staves

Brisley, St Bartholomew

A large church full of carved bench ends and Medieval wall paintings. We’re funding conservation work on the wall paintings and surveys of the bat roosts to see how we can help.