The fungus with the beetles shown in http://www.ispot.org.uk/node/174454
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Looks a lot like Meripilus giganteus, but it seems a bit early for that. Also I'm not sure if it has been recorded on coniferous wood.
I think it might be a past its best Chicken of the Woods. They certainly grow on Yew and absorb the poison from the tree.
i'd favour chicken of woods too but miles past its best so probably not possible to say anything other than fungus
Would say not in peak condition and have seen it on Yew myself.
Most definitely Chicken of The Woods.
So does someone who has identified it want to put the ID down and so get the credit for it?
Lat/Lng: 51.254588, -0.315486
OS grid ref: TQ176519