Firm, leathery fungi growing on tree stump, possibly a polypore?
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Versicolor means several colours as this mushroom is found in a wide variety of different colours.
After researching this, I am certain that Trametes versicolor is the correct identification. I also find it interesting to note that this particular mushroom contains polysacharide-K which is used throughout China and Japan in the treatment of cancer.
Here is the article:
Lat/Lng: 50.2, -5.2
OS grid ref: SW7440