these flower type growths were found on an old gravestone.
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that this is Cladonia fimbriata, but there are quite a number of pixie-cup lichens and "ice-cream cones" could be any of several species (of which C. pyxidata is by no means the most common), so I cannot support the rest of Beagle's statement I am afraid.
There are black speckles inside the cups and the cups themselves are not as neat as usual in C. fimbriata - looks like a parasitic fungus is infecting the lichen. (Shame that there is presumably no specimen, could have been interesting - to the small number of us who like lichenicolous fungi!)
Lat/Lng: 52.2749, -2.0571
OS grid ref: SO961640