At the edge of the wood growing through brambles.
No interactions present.
This seems to have hairy, turned-back sepal teeth which support L. pedunculatus
When I saw the hairs I thought it might be Hairy Birdsfoot Trefoil (Lotus subbiflorus) but that seems to be prostrate and have hairy stems which this has not. Thank you for the ID help.
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Lat/Lng: 51.418800368814, -0.95684051513672
OS grid ref: SU726693