As I quickly surveyed the garden lawn this evening and contemplated getting the mower out, I noticed an odd orange shape in the grass. A closer look revealed it to be a smallish toadstool, though it appears that one of the kids (or their football) found it first as it was snapped off at the base and tipped over. It was a gonner anyway as I did mow the lawn.
Anyway, I'm no expert but after reference to my newly acquired spotters guide (Collins Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain and Europe) I think this is probably Hygrocybe nigresecens which appears to be mildly poisonous.
I used the family happy-snappy Cybershot to get the above, and when I browsed the memory card on the PC I found a few images from the Birdfair back in August that I'd completely forgotten about - including more fungi that despite reference to the book I have no idea about (LBJs of the fungal world I guess).
Also found this on the card which I've just realised is (one-legged) Roesel's Bush-cricket ...
Whilst I'm uploading images, here's the Blair's Shoulder-knot from the last garden trap outing.