Pete Guest Award: This award is presented annually to individuals who have made an outstanding practical contribution to bat conservation. The award is presented in memory of Pete Guest, who was an inspirational figure in bat conservation for more than 20 years and was a key member of LBG. The criteria for the award include: dedication, innovation, enthusiasm and inspiration in making a difference, both to bats and to people, helping make BCT’s vision become a reality. This year’s award was presented at the National Bat Conference at the University of York in September. The winner was Daniel Hargreaves. He has worked as a volunteer on bat projects from Sussex to South Lancashire, Wiltshire, Hertfordshire and Middlesex. He has helped and trained volunteers in exciting projects in Poland, Trinidad and Tobago, Thailand and Nicaragua. All these groups supported his nomination for the award.