A female or a juvelile from the creamy head
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Probably a juvenile, but difficult to be sure from these photos. Females also have creamy heads but juveniles are darker with pale tips to the tail feathers.
My vote also goes for juvenile. The plumage looks new, very 'clean'. At this time of year the adult females look tatty and often have the odd primary feathers missing as they begin moulting.
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Note that there are, indeed, two in the bush (probably both juveniles).
Lat/Lng: 52.2, 1.6
OS grid ref: TM4766