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Maggie Durran: Life shared with bats

Further to your column about bats (29 May); by law, bats cannot be prevented from continuing to have access to a church. MABIC (Move­ment Against Bats in Churches) has campaigned for more than a decade about the problems churches face when inhabited by bats.

THANK YOU for the booklet you sent me, which contained a wealth of information.

Bats clearly favour the inside of ...

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