Nope - I'm not even sure I was aware of them at the time.
I know that, very rarely, they get down to these latitudes and even further south, but 6-7 years ago, we were still under the London sky glow, and there's little you can see through that. Just the brighter stars and one or two comets. Oh, that Moon thingie. Mostly planes, though I did on one occasion see a very bright light go horizon to horizon at high altitude in about 30 seconds in a way that cried out 'satellite'.
Comets have the advantage of hanging around in the sky for a reasonable period, and even so, we only saw one, maybe two, from Ealing.