This cairn built to mount a plaque, was erected in the seventies by the Ramblers to commemorate a long serving officer. It draws attention to the small grove of trees planted nearby alongside the stream running into the plunge going down to Blacka Dyke. An attractive area of woodland has been developing around here over the years since then, only to receive a rude shock in January when some large mature birches were unthinkingly felled by SWT.
Simply calling yourself a wildlife trust is not good enough. It's by your actions that people will decide whether you can be trusted.