I am not really to be trusted on the ID of moths like the one shown above whose relatively nondescript colour and patterning defies my most earnest efforts to pin it down. But I wonder if it is a Cloaked Minor, which would be a newcomer for me albeit not an uncommon moth. It has the look of a faded specimen of one of the CM's several versions (whose variations are shared by similar moths and add to my bafflement). I shall have to put it to the experts on the Upper Thames Moths blog.
No such problems with the showy Ruby Tiger above and I am confident that the moth below is a Pale Mottled Willow, although there is a somewhat similar species appropriately called the Uncertain.
Then we have a handsome Straw Underwing seen in profile and a rather dull-coloured example of the usually purply - and hence well-named - micro Pyrausta purpuralis.
Finally another micro which I think, after much scrutiny, of the Micro-moth Bible, to be Acrobasis consociella, another novelty for my list if so. That's a tiny plus at a time of year when the Summer moths are starting to tail off and the Autumn ones have yet to emerge.