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I would say Amblyptilia acanthodactyla. The larvae feed on geraniums/cranesbills among other things and are adults are often found in conservatories where such potted plants are often tended.
See UK moths: http://ukmoths.org.uk/show.php?bf=1497
Thanks for the quick response and the information provided. This is not very common round here. We get a lot of common plume moths but not a lot of variety.