The English Regional Conferences provide an opportunity for volunteer and professional bat workers in different regions to spend time together: updating their knowledge, sharing best practice, developing their skills and catching up on the latest 'bat chat'.

The day usually includes spotlight talks from various bat groups in the region, longer talks on projects or sharing new knowledge and a choice of practical workshops. There is a Priorities discussion session at the end of the day, usually chaired by one of BCT's Bat Group Nominated Trustees, providing a forum for bat worker's to share questions, successes or concerns with BCT.

There are 5 English Regional Conferences held over a two year cycle.

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