I got off down the A588 to Fluke Hall to see what was until today, thought to be a Pied or Black-eared Wheatear, the bird has been there since it was first seen by co-finders Paul Ellis and Paul Slade on 1 September.
Adult Female Eastern Black-eared Wheatear Fluke Hall Sept 10 Pete Woodruff Clik the pik
I was there for 20 minutes, before the bird finally showed, initially with 3 Wheatear, to give excellent views whilst ranging about 100m up and down the sea defences to pause obligingly for periods.
After a 152 post's discussion on Birdforum, confirmation of the birds identity today, has it as an adult female Eastern Black-eared Wheatear. There are many excellent images of the bird, including one showing finer plumage detail by Paul Ellis, which led to, probably clinching the ID. I recommend taking a look at this one Here