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There is more than enough red in the cap to justify B chrysenteron and there are no oak leaves in the picture (B chrysenteron does not grow with oak). Unfortunately B engelii and B cisalpinus are also possibilities. I think there is too much colour generally for it to be B porosporus.
A picture of the fruitbody cut in half would help.
Lat/Lng: 50.43614, 1.50864
OS grid ref: TW492654