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This is probably a garden escape but it is more common than Common Solomon's Seal, if I'm right that is.
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The stems appear ridged in the third picture. The flowers are relatively large.
The stems did seem angular but the flowers were waisted so I thought it most likely the common variety. I wasn't aware of the garden variety but it's likely to be that as it's only on the edge of the wood and so has probably sprouted up from dumped garden waste.
Lat/Lng: 53.7023, -1.9214
OS grid ref: SE052228