Sue Lees writes:

“After writing the piece several months ago, and getting agreement from Transport for London, I have finally discovered that my effusion about the Archway Cuttings South East is up on the RSPB Saving Special Places page on their website”. You may view the article here.


Sue Lees had a crack at the cuttings (east side of the bridge and south of it) this morning, with Josephine Murray, Sylvia Chambers and Sue Jandy, cutting back some of the jungle and encouraging the wild garlic and other plants, some of which encourage the butterflies, and shifting some of the rubbish that comes over the fence. It’s the nearest thing we have to “natural” woodland, even if it’s out of area. Luckily the weather was accommodating. She sent these photos: