Straw Underwing - A relatively widespread and locally common species in England, shame it wouldn't pose to show it's hindwing.
Rosy Footman - like some of my ex-girlfriends, pretty but common!
Old Lady - a big old brute (55-65mm) found sheltering near the shed.
Grey Pine Carpet - common but quite variable.
Dusky Thorn - one of the more subtley coloured thorns.
Common Wainscot - I love the "texture" of this widely distributed moth.
Bulrush Wainscot - From UKMoths "Relatively common in suitable habitat throughout much of the British Isles, this is a large distinctive species, with a wingspan of up to 54mm. Flying from July to September, it occupies a range of damp or marshy habitats, but is sometimes found wandering away from these areas." This is a female and was a rather fortuitous catch as it was actually sitting in my net which I had left out overnight and keep to hand when emptying the trap.
Amblyptilia acanthadactyla - This moth is distributed widely over much of Britain and Ireland, and, since the 1990s, has become much more frequent, including in gardens (per UKMoths).