Insects abound, and the list of species found moves towards the 250 mark.
I liked this tiny, brightly coloured bug: #238 Calocoris stysi.
The caterpillar is not a moth or a butterfly, but from a #217 Large Rose Sawfly. It and a sibling were still very hungry though, making short work of several rose leaves in a couple of days.
Butterflies are plentiful; the star was a #238 Silver-washed Fritillary, but it was to fast to photograph. This Comma (#211) on the lavender was more obliging.
I never really looked too closely at the Daddy Long-legs, but this Tiger Cranefly (#205) is really nicely marked - one of a dozen or so UK species.
Flies, and especially for some reason the Dull Four-spined Legionnaire (#235), are very partial to drowning themselves in the kids swimming pool. This is one of several we've rescued. Eventually the wings dry out and they can fly away.
Finally a pair of #239 Poecilobothrus nobilitatus flies were getting romantic around the pond, the male jumping around to try to impress its potential mate.