Leader: Vanessa McClure (HNHS Member and Guildford NHS Member)
In continuous sunshine the flowers were superb, including swathes of bright pink Sainfoin and Yellow Rattle. Among many other species identified were: Bulbous Buttercup, Salad Burnett, Common Milkwort and Pyramidal Orchid.
Vanessa located yellow spikes of Man Orchid, so called because of 4 spurs from each floret resembling arms and legs of a person.
In three wildflower meadows Skylarks were singing and watched flying very high and then plummeting down into the grass.