At last we have had some stormy weather. The waves have pounded the cliffs to the east of Charmouth and at low tide nodules of pyrite are accumulating among the rocks near the shoreline. Among the debris are some tiny pyrite ammonites. To the east of Lyme Regis there is a large accumulation of sand which is obscuring the best places to look.
The new statue of Mary Anning continues to attract much admiration and is worth visiting. The statue is located to the east of Lyme Regis on the start of the sea defences that lead to the beaches of Black Ven.
I have a Facebook page for LymeRegisFossils.net which I seem unable to access or update and I apologise for the lack of recent information. This is still on going……..but I think I might start from scratch and redo the site as all my attempts seem to fail. The result of too many passwords.