A couple of similar moths, this might be pectinea, but that is less common in Yorkshire than masculella, apparently.
No interactions present.
I'm tempted to call this pectinea too, based on pale markings (and pectinea is supposed to be out a little before masculella). However, I don't think I can be certain from the photo.
Entomologist and biological recorder
Lat/Lng: 53.92239259254, -0.84580510854721
OS grid ref: SE758479
Forestry Commission plantation being returned to wooded heathland