Can't quite place this one.
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It has no waist, so can't possibly be a wasp.
If by "wasp" you mean Hymenoptera, then the most primitive grade of wasps do not have a waist, i.e. the Symphyta
I have never heard of a sawfly being called a 'wasp', nor of Hymenoptera being restricted to 'wasps'. Where do you place bees and ants? 'Wasp' as most people would understand it refers to a few families of the Aculeata, and the Parasitica, and it is largely an ecological term, not a taxonomic one, referring to those where the larvae are reared on animal matter.
Lat/Lng: 50.72058, -1.84657
OS grid ref: SZ109912