Like Howard, I had a good catch on Friday night - surprisingly quite a few more species than during the hot spell at the end of June. Highlight was Agapeta zoegana new for the garden (1st record for ST17 since 1906). Also Catoptria pinella (2nd garden record) and Rosy Footman.
There was also this tortricid which I think might be Eana incanana, but it seems a bit unlikely - a species of bluebell woods with only 2 East Glamorgan records. Perhaps it is just Cnephasia stephensiana, so I suppose I'd better retain it for closer inspection.