On bare earth, on a shady and rather damp bank at the east end of Foxhill Farm, grew Common Pocket-moss, Fissidens taxifolius. It is a widespread species often found in gardens where the soil is damp and shady. I am 90% confident about my identification but the fruiting capsules, which I failed to find, would be necessary to be certain it wasn't F. bryoides.
Fissidens species are like tiny ferns. This is probably
Fissidens taxifolius. 3 April, 2018
Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus is easier to identify than it is to spell!
Near the Newnham windmill. 3 April, 2018