Could be a field mouse - not sure.
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It's a wood mouse, they are far more common around houses than people think. Strictly speaking the house mouse should be re-named farm mouse or warehouse mouse because they are not seen around houses that much.
House mice are a dirty black/dark brown on the back and a dirty white underneath.
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Note that wood mouse and field mouse are alternative names for the same animal!
Lat/Lng: 55.9, -3.14
OS grid ref: NT288680
Seen in garden, eating seeds laid out for birds.
Garden on boundary of fields.