I went to check to see if there were any surviving butterwort after the wall collapse and subsequent repairs.  Sadly I couldn’t find a single star of leaves and it looks like it is lost.  Having known it at this site since a lad in the 1980s, I don’t mind admitting I feel gutted about it.  Some consolation was the Jacob’s Ladder nearby, which I first saw at this location in the 1980s too (the bumblebee is Bombus pascuorum).
Below Little Manshead Hill, the hay-meadows looked stunning with their displays of meadow buttercup.