This is a female example of the Rabbit Hutch spider, Steatoda bipunctata.
This is the most common and widespread of our six UK False Widow species. The common name comes from their love of sheds and outbuildings, including rabbit hutches, and I doubt that there is a rabbit hutch or shed in the land that does not have this spider in residence.
It is a very common garden species throughout the UK and is not a species implicated in bites as other members of this group are.
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Thanks fof a reply I hadn't even heard of false widows before the hype in the media . I certainly had no idea there were 6 varieties in the UK. Not worried in the slightest even if it was the Noble variety.