having looked at other pictures online, I suspect that the one in focus may be a newly-emerged (teneral?) male red-eyed damselfly in which the blue colour has yet to develop fully. The one out of focus appears to have different colour patterns on the last couple of abdominal segments but I can't tell what it might be - maybe a female
Not being particularly good at damsel/dragonfly id beyond the very obvious species I have consulted our specialist in this group who has provided the following identification and comments:
The damselflies are immature male (upper) and female (lower) of the Azure damselfly, Coenagrion puella. The blue has yet to develop but I can see the black U on the male’s 2ndabdominal segment. Red-eyed damsels do not have well-developed pale stripes onthe top of the thorax. Don’t be fooled by the reddish looking eyes!
Well done gwezza - spot on.