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This one looks unusual enough that I'd like to eliminate Malva alcea (hollyhock mallow). The easy way of distinguishing the species is by the hairy seeds of Malva moschata, but one can also look at the epicalyx (the ring of bracteoles below the sepals).
Was it photographed in the evening?
It was photographed around midday, if that helps.
The reason I asked was that the hue looks a little on the red side for Malva moschata - photographing it in the reddened light of the evening sun would have explained that.
Lat/Lng: 50.58853, -3.65557
OS grid ref: SX828778