The first batches of Nematus pavidus larvae are almost full size now, so I suppose they'll soon be moving down the branches to overwinter.
The Campodorus females are still lurking, laying eggs when they get a chance, although I haven't seen any of the Mesochorus females for about a week, now. This shot shows full-size larvae with a Campodorus female in the centre of the leaf:
Notice a family resemblance? This is another sawfly larva that I find from time to time on either Bramble or Raspberry. No id, yet.