Rainfall is very important at the Tufa Field. It feeds the streams, and in extremes, contributes to land instability, affects  run-off into Englishcombe Lane and Moorfields, and  contributes to down-slope springs that cause local flooding.

The Wunderground network is a collection of largely amateur weather stations that document weather, including rainfall, at a very local level.

This is important since it can track long-term trends in weather, and document short-term extreme weather events.

The local station is https://www.wunderground.com/dashboard/pws/IBATH46 and there you can see the historical weather data (as well as get a local forecast)

Here is an example for August 2023, showing the total rainfall as 71.86mm.