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It's possible it could be a Yellow-necked Mouse in this location.
Montgomeryshire mammal recorder and naturalist
And there is a suggestion of a yellow breast-band.
As mentioned above, we can not be sure which Apodemus mouse this is so have added Apodemus sp. identification.
Incidentally, it is wood mouse not field mouse, there is no such animal in Britain though it is used to describe a whole range of European species and in the US it is used for a family of species of vole!
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Lat/Lng: 52.214, 0.145
OS grid ref: TL466594