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It looks more loke Mycena inclinata to me.
It does have a superficial look of M inclinata but it would have 18-24 lamella whereas C micaceus would have 50-80. I will let you count the ridges on the top of the caps in the photo and see which fits best;)
I think you are probably right about it being Coprinellus micaceus Flaxton. I hadn't really taken in the scale of the leaves around the caps when I made my ID.
Lat/Lng: 51.6185, -1.0371
OS grid ref: SU667915