Some nice finds their but non of them are herbivore dung unfortunately.
The specimen that stands out to me is the one - top left, it could be a colonial coral.
Without them in my hand it's hard to make a judgement on what they are but - I think the most of the rest of the specimens are limestone matrix with Piddock burrowings marking the rock.
Do you think any of them are flint?
Hope it's ok as I have attached some images of a Lower Jurassic - Lower Lias Multi Block / death assemblance containing the ammonite Arnioceras sp, with Piddock's in place and the holes to go with them.
None of them seem like flint there all made of the same brown almost compressed clay or mud with loads of the holes all over the holes are only about 5mm and all of the rocks are from one tiny patch of beach about 3 metre across
We have lots more stuff noah wants me to put up now to see what they are strange rocks old pottery and loads of old clay pipe
Thank you for you help made noahs day to get a response