It is a "white" Bee Orchid, Ophrys apifera (var. chlorantha). I don't think it is quite such good condition as when Barry took his superb photo on his face-book page.
This one is a typical flower with the "Lizard" tails pointing downwards.
Along the side on the golf course and in the sand dunes there are many Broomrapes. I think that they are Bedstraw Broomrape, also known as Clove-scented Broomrape, an East Kent, and Sandwich in particular, speciality. I did get down on my hands and knees and I couldn't smell the cloves, but I think that they are better in the evening.
Among the Broomrapes and the Lizard orchids a large number of Pyramidal orchids are now appearing. They are not yet at their peak but look as if they will be prolific again.
It was rather neare home, just along the road at the White Cliffs NT car park. Again it was a single plant, although I believe there are more not too far away,