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interesting, don't think its Marasmius oreades or indeed clitocybe nebularis which is also making nice big rings at the moment. but i am not sure what it is, do you have any closer pictures?
Certainly not Marasmius oreades which is smaller (so far as I can tell), but I'd love to know what this one is as I have seen something very similar that I think is Lactarius acerrimus
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There just is not enough resolutin to say what this one is with confidence, it could just about be the clitocybe but looks rather small.
Lat/Lng: 51.0, -0.6
OS grid ref: TQ0425