Here are some pictures of the stream in June:
A beautiful damselfly (its wings are folded alongside its body) with ornate markings seen in very long grass beside the stream. Can anyone identify it?
Common Water Crowfoot, a relative of the buttercup, and possibly the specific chalk-stream variety (Ranunculus penicillatus) as there appear to be no palmate floating leaves, only the submerged feathery leaves.
Spot the insect or water beetle climbing up the stem!