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A photo of the gills would allow a more confident ID.
Sorry I don't have any photo's of the gills, I've added another picture, but I'm fairly certain that it's not velvet shank.
In the new photo the "shanks" appear to be more scaly than velvety!
Have white flesh, second pic, slug damage shows these have yellow :-)
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I don't think this is Hypholoma lateritium. Wrong colour. It's probably H. fasciculare which can have a red cap at this stage.
See here http://www.first-nature.com/fungi/hypholoma-lateritium.php
Lat/Lng: 51.546, -3.5846
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