One from 04/07/2017 is, I am fairly sure, going to be confirmed as Epinotia cinereana - a relatively new split having been previously considered as a form of Epinotia nisella. I've got a few garden records of E. nisella in July, although all from mid-July onwards and none this early in the month. Doubt I've seen the as-was E. nisella f. cinereana before - think all my records would be of the classically marked forms. Currently appears to be no formally confirmed records of E. cinereana from VC55.
Putative Epinotia cinereana - gen det pending
The other one from last night is something else altogether. It's big (c24mm wingspan), and so worn that really I have no firm idea as to what it could be, although the apparent trace of a reticulated pattern with a couple of darker areas, along with the orangey/yellow head, are reminiscent of the recent adventive Gravitarmata margarotana. One that will need a get regardless!
A big bald tortrix
Otherwise, here's a few recent micros to fill the post up ....
Presumed Oegoconia quadripuncta - gen det pending