Four men deny outraging public decency at Holkham

The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. ENGANL00120120910144054

The crest above the entrance to King's Lynn Court in College Lane. ENGANL00120120910144054

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Four men are set to go on trial in the new year accused of outraging public decency at a West Norfolk coastal beauty spot.

Mark Godfrey, 53, and Steven Hunt, 30, both of Corbyn Shaw Road, Churchill Park, Gaywood formally denied the charges against them during a plea and case management hearing, which was held at Norwich Crown Court on Friday.

Their co-accused, Richard Hook, 49, and Daniel Smithson, 45, both of Alma Terrace, Norwich, also made not guilty pleas during the same hearing.

The four men each face a single charge of outraging public decency by taking part in sexual activity at Holkham on August 2 this year.

The case has been adjourned for a trial, which is due to take place in the week commencing February 22, 2016.

All four defendants remain on bail until their next court appearance.