To get into the spirit of the event, I was practising with my camera several days in advance. Here's a vine weevil, possibly Otiorhyncus sulcatus, which I discovered wandering across a paving slab.
And the Tree Wasp was still about and continuing to be rather photogenic.
This hoverfly is possibly from the Genus Platycheirus, but I don't know the species.
On the actual weekend (the event ran from noon Saturday to noon Sunday, to allow moth trappers to participate), Our Lass and I scurried around home and garden (mainly garden, don't worry!), looking for interesting things which we might normally hurry by without a thought.
|Common Garden Snails Cornu aspersum|
|A lichen, probably Xanthoria parietina|
|A male Yellow Dung Fly Scathophaga stercoraria|
|A female Yellow Dung Fly Scathophaga stercoraria|
|A queen Buff-tailed Bumblebee Bombus terrestris|
|Common Liverwort Marchantia polymorpha|
|A spider of the Genus Linyphiidae|
|A hoverfly Eupeodes corollae|
|A Toothed Weaver spider Textrix denticulata|
Folk seemed to enjoy the event, and there may be enough interest to repeat it, even when we're allowed out and about again.