As I posted here on April 15 2020 , we had a bat lodging in our garden parasol. Much as I was enjoying sharing the garden with wildlife, I did feel my need of the parasol was greater than his.
We did try to take a photograph of him leaving in the evening. It was at this moment in the darkness we realized that it was not only difficult to see in the dark but impossible to focus a camera (live and learn :)).
We were able to take an improved photograph of him by flash. Not great, I did say improved.
Here the photograph is turned upside down to help with identification because I do not think it is small enough to be a pipistrelle.
I think it is a Myotis species, one of the mouse-eared bats. It has little bumps on its nose.
I found this site helpful https://nottsbatgroup.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Identification_of_British_Bats.pdf but I wonder if anyone out there has any ideas?
This is the best I can do to help Dromfit with an ID.