I was surprised to see this Wood Mouse - Apodemus sylvaticus - out and about during the daytime. Although it didn't like me to move, if I sat still it wandered around eating seeds quite happily.
True bugs form a large percentage of our insect species, but they are understudied and under-documented. This is one of the Mirid bugs, Closterotomus norwegicus, also known as the Potato Bug.
While photographing moths at light, I was surprised to find this hoverfly crawling up the wall. It's Eupeodes corollae, which has been seen mixed in with huge migrations of 7-spot ladybirds on the east of England this past week.