Children to write Beatrix Potter's untold bat tale

Children to write Beatrix Potter's untold bat tale

19th August 2009

The Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) is on the hunt for the next Beatrix Potter, as part of an unusual new writing competition based on the beloved author's unpublished works.

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Calling all Bat Detectives

4th August 2009

BCT launches the Big Bat Map.

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Green light for city wildlife project

23rd July 2009

Green City Bats is launched across Greater London

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New BCT Chief Executive announced

New BCT Chief Executive announced

16th July 2009

Julia Hanmer has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive.

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BCT response to the latest SNH bat lyssavirus monitoring results

3rd July 2009

The Bat Conservation Trust comments on the latest findings from Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).

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Judicial Review leads to increased protection of bats

Judicial Review leads to increased protection of bats

17th June 2009

A High Court ruling has strengthened bat protection within the planning system.

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Land owner fined for destruction of pipistrelle bat roosts

Land owner fined for destruction of pipistrelle bat roosts

29th May 2009

The owner of a piece of land in Quorn, Leicestershire, was convicted of destruction of two pipistrelle bat roosts located under boarding on a small bungalow at Loughborough magistrates court on 18th May 2009.

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Chief Executive moving on

21st May 2009

Amy Coyte will be leaving her role as Chief Executive at the Bat Conservation Trust in August to work for the BBC Wildlife Fund.

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Update on wildlife crimes project

6th May 2009

In 2001 the Bat Conservation Trust (BCT) embarked on a project to collect data on crimes against bats in the UK.

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