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Hello Elliot. Nice fossils! I am no expert, but four of your pictures seem to show an extinct oyster called Gryphea also known as "Devil's Toenails". The picture in the middle looks to me like pieces of belemnite guard. Belemnites were very like modern squid or cuttlefish, and they had shell's on the inside which helped them float in the water.
Thank you very much Al i have some more to be identified shall upload soon.
Congratulations, you have found some very old fossils - they are about 160 million years old and from the time of the dinosaurs!
As quagga says, all the photos show the oyster Gryphaea except for the photo in the middle which shows a belemnite guard. This site and its fossils are from the Oxford Clay of the Jurassic period and are about 160 million years old. You can find out more about King's Dyke here:
I've also attached some sheets explaining Devil's toenails and belemnites. The belemnite section on the right shows the phragmocone fitting into the guard. Have a look at the animal drawing I attached to see where the phragmocone (which controls buoyancy) fits into the guard. The guard, by the way, is just a weight to balance out the weight of the head of the animal.