The beach at Stolford is backed by a storm bank of pebbles, with the lower shore consisting of bands of shale and limestone. There are some small patches of sand and the lower shore consists of extensive mud-flats. It can be good for fossils, and ammonites are common.
The lane through Stolford village ends at a gravelled parking area overlooking the beach. Signs warn of the dangers of treacherous mud.
Fishermen here used to use a unique device known as the Stolford Mud-horse - a kind of wooden sled which would take most of their weight as they pushed it across the mud-flats.
Dogs are allowed at all times. The photos were taken at low tide.