First up - I found a pair of bush-crickets which I am sure are my first ever Long-winged Cone-head (or at least first I've bothered to try and ID). Here's a shot of the female - let me know if I've screwed up the ID!
I also found a couple of larvae:
Sticking with moths, I found numerous leaf-mines on hawthorn. Not really sure on species as yet, but I found examples of 3 different types of mines.
In fact on this leaf you can see all 3 types: a blister mine on the left, a blotch mine on the right and a gallery mine at the top leading to a small blister.
Blister mine with frass clearly visible
This gallery mine on bramble is, I'm fairly sure, Stigmella aurella
This fly was happily foraging on various plants that I can't identify:
Otherwise, here's a bit of colour:
Prickly Sow-thistle ??
Creeping Thistle flower
Creeping Thistle seeds