Great Reed Warbler would have been the quarry, seen in Portugal but not over here, but with no reports and plenty relating to the Thrush Nightingale in Hartlepool, it was off south.
Crammy was engaged on official business (philanthropy is one of my strong points) so off for a lone twitch, and as it turned out, one of the easiest/best.
Arrived at the Headland and the throng of birders with optics looking over a wall was a good clue that I had found the putting green. The angle of the cameras suggested the bird was close (very close).
And so to 3/4 of an hour of watching this beaut up and down the edge of the grass, repeatedly returning to its favourite tree stump, occasionally venturing out onto the grass, and giving views down to 15 - 20 feet.