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Rutland church takes lead in £5M scheme to co-exist with bats

All Saints Church in Braunston has taken the lead in a scheme for bats to co-exist with churches.

The nocturnal creatures were damaging the 14th century church but now a way has been found so they can live side-by-side.

A £5m National Lottery Heritage Funded project called Bats in Churches saw All Saints take part in a trial, which has shown how this may happen, paving a way for other churches to follow.

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