On the open access land from the viewpoint to Castle Hill and back there is a wealth of insect activity and beautiful plants.
A pair of Brown Argus butterflies were on a Devil's-bit Scabious flower. One was highly active, perhaps a male trying to entice a female to mate.
Beyond the dew pond on the hillside and adjacent to the path in the valley bottom were Autumn Lady's-tresses orchids Spiranthes spiralis. In the above photo' with a Pride-of-Sussex flower in the foreground and knapweed beyond