Dry nights are good for moths (and, sadly, midges). This is a new one to me: Muslin Footman - Nudaria mundana. A very delicate species (the wings are translucent), the larvae feed on lichens.
Another new micromoth: Epinotia subocellana, which lives on Salix sp. in wet areas:
Back to macro moths. this is the Garden Carpet - Xanthorhoe fluctuata.
And lastly, a minute (2mm!) weevil, also on Willow (Salix).
Looks to be Archarius salicivorus, but I don't know about confusion species.