I recorded two species I've never seen before - the scarce (but no doubt under-recorded) Stigmella aeneofasciella which mines the leaves of Agrimony, and Parornix fagivora which makes a distinctive leaf fold on Beech.
Stigmella aeneofasciella leafmine on Agrimony
Euspilapteryx auroguttella on Perforate St. Johns Wort
Parornix fagivora on Beech
Parornix betulae on Silver Birch
Phyllonorycter acerifoliella on Field Maple
Aspilapteryx tringipennella on Ribwort Plantain
Tree Damsel Bug
On the way home I stopped off at Littleworth Common, just outside Esher, to check for leafmines on the large stands of Aspen and Rowan that grow on site.
Stigmella assimilella on Aspen
Stigmella magdalenae on Rowan
Phyllonorycter sorbi on Rowan
Caloptilia stigmatella on Aspen