The Large is usually one of the first Skipper species to fly in Summer and the flight times are recorded as early June to late August. A very common species that lives in colonies over rough grassland. A small species 33 to 35mm, which can be found throughout England and Wales.
My first sightings are normally mid June.
NB: the male (as opposed to the female) always perches with its forewing in the dihedral position.