Really need a picture to help identify it for you, to do this :-
click 'post reply'
click on 'tree' icon
click 'browse' - this takes you to your computer to choose a picture.
select image required
click 'upload my image'
wait a moment while your picture loads/resizes
This should do it, I'm not an expert but it works for me.
From your description it sounds like you may have found part of a nodule of some sort. These are sedimentary formations that sometimes contain fossils or minerals.
Sorry, I forgot to say welcome to the forum and thanks for posting a question
Thanks for the pictures Cas, I forgot to say you can post multiple images by repeating the upload procedure before posting.
I think you may have found a Speeton clay phosphate nodule, these were mined/quarried at Speeton for use as fertilizer and in the process many fossils were found.
Sorry, but I don't think there is a fossil in your nodule, but sometimes shrimp, crabs or ammonites can be found in them, usually exposed on the outside.
A interesting find. Keep looking, there are good fossils to be found at Mappleton if you are lucky.
Hopefully someone will confirm my identification for you.
have a look at the 'locations' section of this site - top left of the page. This may have some useful information for you.
You can park at the road end near Reighton sands caravan park. There is an old much slumped roadway down to the beach here, but the bottom has washed away and can be tricky to access the beach.
A safer access is via the caravan site road to the beach - it's a bit of a walk from the car park , but it takes you right down to the beach. Walk south through the caravan site and you will find it (about half a mile?). Have a look on satellite images, I find this useful. The Speeton clay is to the south.
Hope this helps.
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