DH and I hunted for fossils in Lyme some years ago, but our grandson has never been there. Instead, on our frequent visits to Filey on the East Coast of Yorkshire with him, we have found lots of plant and animal fossils in the sandstone sediment of the cliffs there. He has quite a little collection now. Robin Hood's Bay is another good place for fossil hunters. There were places in the Peak District, where limestone prevailed in the landscape, where fossils of shells and sea creatures could be picked up from the limestone waste, but I haven't seen any for a good long time.
Saving running away money - 'leaving fund'
What loutish behaviour - Boris manspreading
I'm uglier than yesterday - I'm aghast