And, just photos, from my walk yesterday around Cantley Marshes, a 650-acre Site of Special Scientific Interest. The RSPB oversee the area and there are numerous rare birds that reside here, along with numerous deer that we saw darting around. And lots of cows, fortunately not near the footpath. I also like to think that they’ve removed the snakes, but I suspect they’re still in there somewhere….
There’s Cantley sugar beet factory in the background, which looms over the local countryside somewhat and has done since it opened in 1912.