Hello, I myself am not familiair with this location, so do not know if you can acces it freely.
Maybe you can find information at "locations". Bedrock is the solid rock where the cliffs and beach are made of; on a SSSI it is mostly not permitted to break this rock in order to collect fossils. The foreshore is the beach; on most SSSI`s you may collect loose rocks and boulders and break these to collect fossils. The cliffface is a very dangerous place to look for fossils; unless you have a strong deathwish it is not wise to search for fossils at the foot of a cliff; only recently a young girl died whilst playing/searching at the foot of a cliff in North Yorkshire; even when cliffs look very solid there can be falls. A good indication for risk of clifffalls is the amount of rubble at the foot of the Cliffs, but no rubble does not allways mean it is safe. Sometimes the tide removes the fallen rock more or less immediatly. Scouring is the proces of moving around the rubble on the beach by the waves, normally in stormy conditions. If you find fossils of sientific importance on a SSSI, you need to report your find. In England you report at Natural England, the keeper of SSSI`s. Good hunting and be safe. greetings, Bert
the search is as valuable as the finds...