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Comberton, St Mary’s
Back to Our Projects The Church St Mary’s is the parish church of Comberton, a village five miles west of Cambridge. The fine Grade 1 listed church stands on the highest ground in the village. The building dates from the 13th century, although it is likely that an older church stood before and was demolished to make…
Compton Martin, St Michael the Archangel
The Norman Grade I listed church of St Michael the Archangel is home to three species of bats, with serotines roosting in the porch roof, and Daubenton’s and soprano pipistrelle bats roosting inside the church.
Coston, St Andrew
The distinctive medieval church of St Andrew is Grade I listed and home to a maternity colony of Natterer’s bats.
Cranworth, St Mary’s
A church full to the brim with monuments and memorials, from the 1600s to the Victorian era, all commemorating members of the Gurdon family.
Dalham, St Mary the Virgin
A Suffolk landmark with a flint flushwork tower and dramatic wall paintings. We’re commissioning full surveys of the bats and the church heritage to see how we can help.
Davidstow, St David’s
More information on our work with this church coming soon. Please contact us if you would like to find out more.
Deopham, St Andrew
On the Heritage at Risk register and in need of urgent repairs. We’re commissioning full surveys of the bats and the church heritage to see how we can help.
Dunston, St Remigius
A small church with a rare dedication to St Dunstan, and home to a colony of Brown-long Eared bats.
Edgeworth, St Mary
At the end of a narrow single track lane on the outskirts of what has been described as one of the remotest villages in the Cotswolds, St Mary’s is a hidden gem.