This one is certainly Eana incanana - feeding in spinnings on bluebell flowers.
This one is probably Epinotia brunnichana - feeding in a leaf-roll on hazel
Nah, absolutely no idea
Again, no idea. Actually this one may even be an early instar macro
Coleophorid sp. that I found feeding on oak, though here it had moved onto a birch leaf. I'm sure it must be either C. lutipennella or C. flavipennella
Also from Burrow Wood, I brought home a tenanted Eriocrania type leaf mine on birch, though by the time I got home the larva had vacated the mine. Through a process of elimination I've identified it as Heringocrania unimaculella: large blotch mine from edge of leaf with no linear gallery (so not salopiella or sparmannella), larva not grey (so not sangii), larva without swollen thoracic segments (so not cicatricella), protrusions from head-capsule visible through thoracic plate (so not semipurpurella).
Heringocrania unimaculella (=Eriocrania unimaculella)