Kings Dyke Nature Reserve, Whittlesey Brick-Pits

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Case Study: Kings Dyke Nature Reserve, Whittlesey Brick-Pits Site History Kings Dyke Nature Reserve, located on the A605 in Whittlesey (Cambridgeshire), was formely a clay extraction pit for the London Brick company. Brickmaking has been taking place in Whittlesey and the rest of Peterborough since the end of the 19th Century, utilising the band of clay which […]

Mintlyn Crematorium, King’s Lynn

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Case Study: Mintlyn Crematorium, King’s Lynn Philip Parker Associates has been working with Mintlyn Crematorium since 2006, providing cost effective and pragmatic solutions to bat issues that they have had in a number of their buildings. The crematorium is situated in largely undisturbed coniferous and birch woodland, which provides excellent foraging and roosting habitats for […]

Church of the Holy Trinity, Ingham

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Case Study: Church of the Holy Trinity, Ingham The natterers bat is a species that is closely connected to churches in Norfolk. Philip Parker Associates have now surveyed numerous natterers maternity roosts (a good proportion of all those known in the county) and it is clear that the numbers are generally on the increase. Although […]

Largest Soprano Pipistrelle Roost Discovered, Norfolk

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Case Study: Largest Soprano Pipistrelle Roost Discovered, Norfolk Philip Parker is a registered volunteer bat worker. In 2015 he discovered what is thought to be the largest bat roost in England with 2500 soprano pipistrelles and brown long eareds present in the roof space of two semi-detached cottages in the Breckland area of Norfolk. The bats are […]