Mosses are plants which date back to an era before flowers were evolved. The swellings at the end of these stalks growing from a patch of moss will develop the spores which are spread for the next generation of the plant. This particular clump of moss was growing conveniently a little below eye level on the top of a stone wall on the Compton Road.
This interesting looking fungus was growing by the base of one of the trees planted near the edge of the pavement at the top end of Tettenhall Road.
CORRECTION: identified by Lukas Large as possibly honey fungi
One of the sets of antlers and the hobby horse head as used in the annual Abbot’s Bromley Horn Dance, held on the Monday which falls between September 6th and September 12th (inclusive).
The antlers have been carbon dated as originating in the eleventh century; the hobby horse is a modern copy of a medieval original.
The antlers and horse can be seen in the village church when not in use.