We went on a guided fungi walk yesterday in our local woods, and these were the best out of the photos I was able to take.
There wasn't a large variety to see, since it's been unusually dry for the past few weeks. I didn't get the names of all the mushrooms- I really should remember to take pen and paper along to these things! but I do remember several were Sulphur Tufts in various stages of development, and I think the one in the third photo is Honey Fungus.
Hi RB, Nice photos of the fungi, I think you are right with No3 Honey Fungus you can just about make out the yellow rim on the ring close to the cap, No5 is possibly Wood Blewit Nepista nuda a photo of the gills could confirm this, they are a pale lilac colour, try to get a photo of one next time, if there are lots of them pick one and turn it upside down next to a growing one to get the gills and get the two of them in the shot, the more info you can give the easier it is to id it,