|The southern boundary of this small
carr is a steep slope joining the southern ends of both the Leat Footpath and the Boggy Path.
Just below this end of the Leat footpath is a
large beech tree (Fagus sylvatica).
The slope is dominated by well-established brambles,
with many tree seedlings emerging through the brambles and near the bottom of the
slope is a large Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris). There are also many tree
stumps in various stages of decay, some with bracket fungi, others with mosses.