There were loads of common red soldier beetles on hogweed and yarrow at the Island.
This is a broad centurion, a type of soldier fly. They are called soldier flies because of their brightly coloured ‘uniforms’. Broad centurion males have bronze abdomens, like this one. Females have blue-green abdomens.
This moth is a beautiful golden Y. The tips of its wings were quivering (note blurred wing in the right-hand picture)- maybe newly hatched? Adrian Colston has better pictures on his blog.