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Local Organisations

Although the bat project has finished, the vital work continues across Devon, particularly where the maternity roosts are located

Find out more about how you can make a difference to your local environment in these various areas by contacting these local organisations and community groups;

Devon-wide

Devon Bat Group

Devon Wildlife Trust

Tamar Valley/Gunnislake

Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Gunnislake Community Matters Facebook Group – GCM encourage locals to plant wildflower seeds for bats, as well as running bat walks locally

East Devon

East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Bat Friendly Beer – contact Kate if your local organisation wants to get involved Kate.Ponting@clintondevon.com

Beer Village Heritage

Axe Vale & District Conservation Society

North Devon

North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Braunton Countryside Centre

Barnstaple & District Devon Wildlife Trust local group

South Devon

Bovey Bat Group –¬† email¬†boveybatgroup@gmail.com

Bovey Tracey local group

Chudleigh Wild

Stover Country Park

South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust

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