This little moth, only about 10mm in length, is thought to have come to the UK from South America in the 19th Century in the baggage of travellers. It is now widespread in the UK though probably more common in the north. The larvae feed on wool, feathers etc and hence its English name of Large Pale Clothes Moth. It can be found in houses at any time of the year, though does not appear to be particularly common. Not the best of photographs but the wee beastie would not keep still!