Up and coming Bats in Churches events.
Norfolk Bats in Churches Project; Bat Nights
Norfolk Bats in Churches Project;
A series of fantastic Bat Nights, led by Philip Parker from the Norfolk Bats in Churches Project, will be held in July and August 2017.
All the nights have a similar format, and include:
A 50 minute introductory talk on bats, how they use the church and churchyard, and some of the challenges that churches face when living with bats. And children’s craft activities (with prizes)
There may be some captive live bats to see at close quarters!
After this, it may be possible to see the bats flying around the church using state of the art infra-red equipment and monitors. If the weather is fair, we will also be able to see the bats emerge. Bats are likely to start emerging in the church about 1.5 hours after the event commences.
Refreshments available, and no booking is required
If you have any queries please call Philip Parker on 01553 630842.
14th July 2017: Field Dalling, St Andrew’s Church, NR25 7LG, 7:30pm
15th July 2017: Guestwick, St Peters Church, NR20 5QD, 7:30pm
21st July 2017: Brisley, St Bartholomew’s Church, NR20 5AA, 7:30pm
26th July 2017: Cley, St Margarets Church, NR25 7TT, 7:30pm
27th July 2017: Wighton, All Saints Church, NR23 1PL, 7:30pm
29th July 2017: Thornham, All Saints Church, PE36 6NJ, 7:30pm
4th August 2017: Witton, St Margaret’s Church (by North Walsham), NR28 9TR, 7:30pm
5th August 2017: Banham, St Marys Church, NR16 2HN, 7:00pm
11th August 2017: Watlington, St Peter and St Paul’s Church, PE33 0HE, 7:00pm
12th August 2017: Swanton Morley, All Saints Church, NR20 4PB, 7:00pm
18th August 2017: Colby, St Giles Church, NR11 7EE, 7:00pm