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This is possibly coprinus lagopus, going on the two pictures supplied. Type this into the ispot search and see if any look similar :)
i would agree a coprinus of some kind. need an idea of scale. i am wondering about c. picaceus if this was a relatively large fungus (15cm+ tall) which might be rather unusual in this habitat and in this location (usually found in beech woods on chalky soil). however i think it does occasionally grow in other situations. however if the fungus is smaller then this is unlikely.
Lat/Lng: 52.0551, 1.1296
OS grid ref: TM146442