CROW joined the National Trust's own volunteers clearing creeping thistle and ragwort although little of the latter was to be found.
A Broomrape - one of a group of parasitic plants which live by attaching themselves to the root of their host plant.
The butterflies seen were predominately Marbled White and Meadow Brown with only a few Chalkhill Blue.
Belted Galloway cattle 'doing their bit' to maintain the site.
Updated: Sunday, 14th July 2019
Photographs: Alan Stevens