I wasn't sure what to do next, but decided on Cley. Again, the roads - and car parks - were empty! A smallish crowd near Steve Gantlett's house suggested the presence of something interesting: this turned out to be a Wryneck, but despite two longish spells the bird didn't show while I was present.
A walk around the reserve added fourteen new birds for the year: predictably all bar a newly-arrived Sedge Warbler, a Med Gull and a Bearded Tit were waders! Arnold's was heaving with them: Golden and Grey Plovers, Black and Bar-tailed Godwits, Knot and most of the others.