Again, the National Trust came up trumps. On Tuesday afternoon, as I was travelling towards Southampton, I stopped off to see what happens at Golden Cap.
A scarily rutted and potholed road brought me to the car park from where I started walking through the woods. It was a beautiful day – the first real warm day of spring.
Golden Cap is an enormous cliff on the jurassic coastline, east of Lyme Regis. I imagine it got its name because it is covered in Gorse bushes. Have a look at the video.