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Image on left has more than 35 antennal segments so the odds are in your favour for this specimen! (The more or less identical L.pilicornis normally has up to 34 max). The right hand image has damaged antennae so can't count segments.
BMIG website: www.bmig.org.uk (centipedes, millipedes & woodlice)
BMIG Newsletters ~ www.bmig.org.uk/view/resource/bmig-newsletter
BMIG Bulletins ~ www.bmig.org.uk/view/resource/bmig-bulletin
I tried hard to get a name for this species without any prior knowledge of centipedes
In L.pilicornis the last legs are observably longer & tend to be held off gtound so agree L.forficatus
Lat/Lng: 52.6, -1.2
OS grid ref: SK5604