It appears someone is having a thrash at ringbolting at Darlington Boulders.
These bolts have been incorrectly placed and will become unsafe over time. The main problem is they have not been correctly recessed into the rock. Recessing the bolt prevents “twisting” loads from transferring to the glue in a fall. Over repeated falls the glue is damaged and the bolt eventually falls out.
If the person adding the bolts reads this message thanks for your efforts (this is costly for you! )but I strongly recommend you read:
Recessed P’s are more of a nice to have rather than a mandatory requirement. If they are placed thoughtfully then recessing them has negligible benefit. I’d be a lot more worried about the expansions bolts falling out at the top of that rock than those P’s.