Evergreen with cones and paired needles. Introduced and naturalised in parkland.
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...but I would have liked a photo of the bark, as it's quite distinctive, and a measurement of the length of the needles. Pinus nigra have very long needles, 4" + (10cm +) which are semi-cylindrical in cross section, like a capital D. You can often find them fallen on the ground around the tree.
How to take close-ups with cheap phone and hand-lens:
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Lat/Lng: 53.3803, -2.8714
OS grid ref: SJ421874
Small 14 acre, Green Flag park in Conservation area on high sandstone ridge.