The Comma Butterfly.
With a jagged edge to the wings it is easily recognised, it being the only species like that in the British Isles. It is a common species and ranges throughout England and Wales and can be found in a variety of locations and does not colonise like some species.
An average sized butterfly with the male having a wingspan of 55mm and the female 60mm.
The Gatekeeper Butterfly
(Sometimes known as the Hedge Brown)
Smaller than the Comma above, the male has a wingspan of 40mm and female 47mm.
It is common in England and Wales
The first two images below are of the male.
The image below is of the female.
Note the absence of the dark brown marking in the centre of the forewing.