Seems more smooth than Dryad's saddle.
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Possibly Polyporus tuberaster
The more I know the more I realise I don't know
As Amadan said (I googled P. tuberaster too) the pores indeed seem much larger than on the specimen I found.
Tough these fungi...
are too small to be Polyporus tuberaster (based on web images, not seen myself). I've agreed with the identification, but would like to know what the Clever People think.
Lat/Lng: 51.4061, -0.1903
OS grid ref: TQ259690