Danny, it's not really possible to identify it from the picture - a clearer closer image is needed. However, it is in the Tortricoid group. One of the most commonly seen is Celypha lacunana. Its markings resemble what I can make out on your picture, so it's the most probable.
You also have a yellowish larva up for identification. It would help greatly if you say what plant a larva is found feeding on, and date when found.
All I can say about the larva is that it is in the Geometer group, called Inch worms by the Americans as they move as if pacing out the distance.
Heya, Thank you for your help. Sorry it was the only photo of the moth i had. I agree that it is Celypha lacunana too.
I don't know what plant the inch worm was found out because I am just going through my old animal photos to identify the species in them and so I never recorded the plant. I will make sure I look at the plant next time I find another species.