Went out filming Cherry Hinton chalk pits this weekend. What a place it is. I didn't realise that its a SSSI (site of special scientific interest). Chalk habitats are quite rare in the UK these days, and this site is a reasonably undisturbed place, providing opportunity for moon carrot, common bird's foot trefoil, the six spot burnett moth, the speckled wood butterfly and glow worms, with a wonderful habitat in which to live. Although its the wrong time of year for these (I can't wait to see the glow worms this summer), there was an abundance of what I believe to be st. johns wort, self heal and weld.
I'm looking forward to finishing off the film this weekend. Will be wear ing an extra pair of socks, though, brrrr.