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Scientific name is Anguis fragilis
There looks to be one female (top with stripes) and the others are males - I'll leave it up to your imaginations what they are up to!
esjay, if you correct your identification to include the scientific name then other slow worm identifications will appear here.
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I used to live in the South Hams in Devon and found slow worms in my garden
Lat/Lng: 52.2, -2.4
OS grid ref: SO7561