Posted: 24/10/2016 at 23:13
Great job Lloyd88.
If you have any moss issues then scarification may be needed but it sounds like your lawn is OK with you saying there are no weeds.
If it is not to wet then some lawn aeration will Help. If you are not sure if you need to aerate, simply dig a section of turf out that is at least 1-inch square. If the brown layer under the green, growing grass is an inch or more, then it is time to aerate it. You can use a fork to do this (time consuming) or any aeration tool you find on the market. (do not use the spiked shoes. They are a con)
Rake sharp sand or river grit/quarry dust into the holes as this will help drainage and the mineral content will greatly help the lawn for next year.
Hope this helps.
PS. don't forget if it's too wet stay off the lawn! Also lawns love Epsom salts and worm compost. You should be all set for next year after this.