The moth below is worn, but I think it's probably a Sallow, f. obseleta given its lack of wing markings, although it is smaller than most Sallow I have seen.
Finally another harvestman. 3 of these running about close to the trap last night, and I am reasonably confident that I am looking at Odiellus spinosus. NBN gateway suggests (assuming that all the data is present and reliable, and I know it often isn't!) these have a mainly SE England distribution, with only a handful of Welsh records from the N Wales coast.
Having taken a closer look at this, it does have a single claw/spine at the end of the pedipalp and an arrangement of spines along the femur closely akin to these pics; http://arachno.piwigo.com/index?/category/709-odiellus_spinosus. Unfortunately it is so tiny I don't think there is a realistic prospect of me getting a better photo than the one to the left!