Of most note is Black Darter Sympetrum danae -the smallest species found in the UK and the male is seen here. This species is recorded at a few other sites in Shropshire, but is by no means common.
Also seen were:
Southern Hawker Aeshna cyanea
Migrant Hawker Aeshna mixta
And Common Darter Sympetrum striolatum.
As yet there have been no October records, but occasionally a few Common Darter can remain on the wing into late autumn in Shropshire so please do get in touch with any late records. And don't forget we had a rare migrant species Vagrant Emperor found in November 2 years ago so you never know...