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Yes, this is spear thistle. This could be confirmed by looking at the leaf which should end in a solid triangle, like a spear head. It is a biennial, which means it dies after flowering. The creeping thistle has an underground rhizome (which is how it creeps!) by which it spreads, the flowers are smaller and the leaves don't end in a spear. Spear thistles often have a whole fauna living on them: aphids, ants and all the things that go for aphids.
University of Edinburgh and Biodiversity Observatory (OU)
Lat/Lng: 52.3, -0.6
OS grid ref: SP9672