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0 thoughts on “Fossil hunting on Kilve Beach”

  1. gorgeous photos Annie – stunning in fact. and i am so pleased for you that you found some fossils. this beach must be close to me (I will be googling in a jiffy) so i must make sure we visit it soon to take the boys x

  2. WOW! what a wonderful place to visit. So open and so much to see, I bet the children loved finding a new fossil hidden amongst the rocks.

  3. WOW! what a wonderful place to visit. So open and so much to see, I bet the children loved finding a new fossil hidden amongst the rocks.

  4. WOW! what a wonderful place to visit. So open and so much to see, I bet the children loved finding a new fossil hidden amongst the rocks.

  5. WOW! what a wonderful place to visit. So open and so much to see, I bet the children loved finding a new fossil hidden amongst the rocks.

  6. WOW! what a wonderful place to visit. So open and so much to see, I bet the children loved finding a new fossil hidden amongst the rocks.

  7. Oh not too far from me either and anything Jurassic my youngest will love. My boys do well to be getting outdoors too. Thank you for the post – it is reassuring to know there is somewhere to park and eat/drink.

  8. This looks brilliant – my son especially would love it but he’d want to take whatever he found home with him I think. 😉

  9. Wow, what an amazing beach but yoru picture of a robin is by far my favourite, such clarity. Mich x

  10. I haven’t been fossil hunting since I was a kid – use to really enjoy walking along the beach looking for fossils along with shells and sea glass too. Amazing robin photo Annie!! It looks like a friendly one, he/she has a nice face 🙂

  11. That looks like so much fun! I would find it so exciting to find fossils, never mind the kids 😉 Great photos too! #summerfaves

  12. Such wonderful photos – this my childhood home, a little more towards Hinkley Point ! Love Somerset, no idea why everyone bypasses it on the way to Devon and Cornwall.

  13. Those photos are stunning! While it seems a shame not to be able to take the fossils, it’s so much better that they are left where they belong for others to enjoy for many years to come.

  14. You have misunderstood the SSSI regulations
    You are not allowed to take fossils from the cliffs and bedrock, but fossils found in the loose rocks on the beach you can take home.

  15. You have misunderstood the SSSI regulations
    You are not allowed to take fossils from the cliffs and bedrock, but fossils found in the loose rocks on the beach you can take home.

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