A recent post by fellow village moth-er, David had me almost running one evening to a small patch of Field Scabious along a footpath next to the drainage ditch that runs along our village.
The quarry was Nemophora metallica aka the Brassy Longhorn. I could only find a lone male sat atop one of the flowers, but what a moth! The larvae feed at first on seeds and later on leaves or leaf-litter, mainly of Field Scabious.
There don't appear to be many records nearby so a good one to connect with and one to keep an eye out for in future years.
In celebration of the Brassy Longhorn's specific name, here's a bit of a metal band exploring its slightly softer side and channeling a tiny bit of Stairway to Heaven.