a weed in flowerbeds of a garden: not mine so I have never seen its inflorescence; basal leaves in a rosette;
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Can you show us a better photo? Twisted leaves are not particularly diagnostic. With grasses, you need to look at the join between the leaf and the stem where there is a structure called the ligule that is important. THen the colour of the leaf, veination, width, ridges and so on. If you can show close-ups of any of this it might be possible to give you a name.
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To Jonathan - Thank you for your reply. When I return to that location again (probably quite soon) I will try and find out the points you suggested.
I am sorry I've taken such a long time to send you my thanks : I've only just found out how to do this!
Once again many thanks,
Lat/Lng: 51.7086, 0.5285
OS grid ref: TL747041