Stopped by Stradey Woods for a quick look as I've never been in there before. Seems an interesting place - mainly Beech with a few conifers thrown in. May be worth asking permission for a foray there sometime. Still not masses of fungi about but some of the usual species in a beech wood.
Plenty of Beech Jellydisc, Neobulgaria pura, and beech woodwart, Hypoxylon fragiforme. Trametes orchracea ( has an ochre underside and larger spores than t. versicolor). Also Dead Moll's Fingers, Xylaria longpipes, similar to X. polymorpha, but with smaller spores.