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You don't mention the much better find in the first photo - Boletus parasiticus
Yes, actually you have 3 different fungi here. I wonder if you could put the first photo on again and show it as the Boletus parasiticus which indeed a much less common species than the scleroderma. so you have one observation for the scleroderma and exactly the same photo in another observation but this time give the Boletus.
the other two photos are not scleroderma so should not be put with the scleroderma/boletus at all so should be in a separate observation, they are a lycoperdon (puffball) species, possibly L. perlatum.
Lat/Lng: 50.63492, -1.19813
OS grid ref: SZ568819
Growing in broadleaved wood.