No moors for me. Bees have never gotten much in, during the second half of July and August - Ivy comes in reasonably well most years though.
There has been the occasional season with himalayan balsam coming in, but the area where I knew it existed has had it cut down in the past year. There was also a large field of rosebay willow herb a mile away. That's gone too!
Land here is very parched with fields being irrigated - my lawn is white and crispy under foot - so any small flowers with shallow roots are not going to yield much, I would guess.
The lack of forage increases the risk of robbing too - so colonies have both bees and wasps to contend with. Any hive that's opened gets instant interest from anything that's flying about, so inspections need to be quick. It's also definitely the season to put wet supers back on in the evening rather than the day-time.
May your bees read the same books as you do.