The Chalk may not be the most prolific source of fossils but here are a couple of recent finds from the Flamborough Chalk close to Danes Dyke. The first two, one with a 5mm scale, was found by a young girl after I had been showing her Dad and sister some sponges. I have asked a few colleagues what they think it is and have had three different ideas: barnacle, section across the turret of a gastropod, part of the internal feature of an inarticulate brachiopod. The third, which measures all of 8mm across, is a spine boss from the test of an echinoid. My meeting with the family on Danes Dyke beach emphasises the importance of sharing knowledge; they hadn't come to look at fossils but were so excited with their find that they travelled from their home near Nottingham to attend Yorkshire Geology Day last Saturday.