Pete B writes:
On June 29th, despite a clash with England game and the prospect of poor weather, eleven members enjoyed what turned out to be a lovely evening walk led by the former County Ecologist, Craig Blackwell.
Starting from Chipping Norton we were led to Glyme Farm via the William Fowler Memorial Wood. The farm land has been in Stewardship Schemes for many years which has resulted in beautiful wildflower rich limestone grasslands and meadows. An impressive showing of Meadow Clary was a highlight of the walk and one of only 13 such sites in the county.