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.