A quick walk (honest guv) produced a mass of Bell Heather along the woodland rides.
Strangalia melanura - whilst the larvae develop in the timber of many trees, the adults prefer sun bathing in bramble blossom.
Attention was drawn to a buzzing sound around my feet. Looking down (cos my feet don't usually buzz) a Honey Bee was in its last throws of buzzing, having been tackled to the ground and overpowered by Wood Ants. Poor B!
Had a further search of the glades and saw one White Admiral - a nice result. Got back and phoned Adam to thank him for the info - "No, the White Admirals have been seen in Barming Woods" - much closer to home/office and graphics companies...