I think this is possibly a Sessile Oak but it may be a Pedunculate (English) Oak.
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The leaves of Sessile Oak are stalked, typically 1cm plus whereas those of English Oak (Q. robur) are unstalked or have a very short stalk. The latter also normally has lobes at the base of the leaves. In your pictures these characteristics are hard to determine for certain. The two species also hybridise and the leaves may then show a mix of characteristics.
Thank you very much for your help.
Lat/Lng: 51.4832, -0.2596
OS grid ref: TQ209774