A Forest Meander

Friston Forest One of the advantages of a double decker bus is that you sometimes peer over hedges and spot good bryophyte habitats. Green patches of moss are growing in this eco garden on a Brighton bus stop roof but I’ll have to practise my parkour skills before climbing up to identify them. The bus […]

Brockhill Wood (Brockhoult Mount)

BBS South-east Group & Kent Field Club joint meeting, West Kent, 24th March 2019 Members of the Kent Field Club and British Bryological Society South-east Group, met at the small car park near Goathurst Common for this joint Spring meeting. Brockhill Wood is the far eastern end of the Scords Wood and Brockhoult Mount Site […]

Along the High Weald Landscape Trail – Brook Street to Borde Hill and back

A fine morning found me at Brook Street on the road to Balcombe in a tetrad (TQ32D) in need of records. A promising start was the village sign, whose brickwork hosted Tortula muralis, Grimmia pulvinata and Schistidium crassipilum. Then a carpet of Didymodon luridus almost covered a shady path up to a converted chapel. The […]