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If you move this to invertebrates using the edit tab at the top of the page, you might get more interest.
As the man says, do move this to Invertebrates to attract the dragonfly experts. I'm intrigued.
Not sure about it being a Brown Hawker after closer inspection. As jccurd says, the abdomen is a bit too patterned. It also looks like it could have thin antehumeral stripes which might suggest Common Hawker. I believe older Common Hawkers can also have brownish tinged wings.
Lat/Lng: 51.8333, -2.5029
OS grid ref: SO654150