Group of three below solitary mature conifer some distance from deciduous trees
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This is a difficult one to call as these specimens have clearly passed their best. Quite a few species of puffball turn brown when they get old and begin to release their spores. However, I would say that from these pictures, your fungi does not look quite large or broad enough to be Lycoperdon umbrium, and are more like Lycoperdon molle (Soft Puffball). But I can't be 100% certain on this one.
Lat/Lng: 51.6, -9.5
OS grid ref: SJ8424