Yes - 1st one is a caddis fly; I fancy Anabolia nervosa.
2nd one is a moth, but I don't recognize it; may be able to come up with something later
The general appearance of caddis flies can resemble moths, but the former have hairs on their wings ('tricho' in Trichoptera), the latter scales ('lepido' in Lepidoptera).
Many thanks for your reply.
Since my original post I have also realised that my first picture is of a caddis fly. I now think my second picture maybe of a Cochylis atricapitana ?
I would welcome your view.
Many thanks for your reply. Since my original post I have also realised that my first picture is a caddis fly, I now think my second picture may be of a Cochylis atricapitana ?