In a recent email Carol Boardman mentioned the huge number of razor shells that are being washed-up on the beach at the moment.
If you take a walk along the beach you’ll see thousands of these razor fish (or are they clams?) shells – presumably the storms coupled with high tides means that the shells get washed up out of the sand and then dumped when the tide goes out?
Do you know more about the razor fish? Are there more in the sands of Hoylake than there used to be? Have your say in the comments below.