A Pine in Steyning, West Sussex at the start of the year.
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... which has distinctive red bark. (The needles also look too long, but that's hard to evaluate from a photograph of the whole tree.)
I'd suspect Pinus nigra, but there are several additional species that are more common down on the south coast than up here, and which I am therefore unfamiliar with.
...but from that photo, I wouldn't make any closer guess!
Pictures of needles, please: are they in pairs, threes, fives.. how long are they... picture of cones, please: how big are they...
These items should be on the ground around the base of the tree, if you'd be so kind.
How to take close-ups with cheap phone and hand-lens:
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I cannot access the tree at the moment and I don't have any other photos. Sorry for the inconvenience.
...sorry if that sounded grumpy: I meant that if you want to get a better ID than "It's a pine" then we will need some more information, and I was listing the exact information that would be helpful.
Lat/Lng: 50.8, -0.4
OS grid ref: TQ1610