The 2nd is a chysalis of a butterfly, are you sure you want to get rid of it?
Top one might be a leather jacket, can't I estimate the size, you can squash that if it is, someone will tell you for sure
You can start from search this site at the top of the page. but if you want to ask a question I'd start a new thread. Reviving old threads leads to confusion with some people answering your question and some answering the original question
The other thing to remember is that organic doesn't necessarily mean harmless or wildlife friendly.
I haven't got many climbers at all. I need to address that
It all ends up on the same page Abi. If you do itagain it just appears twice
Can't help with the roses though, they don't grow well for me
It won't be pleased, you'll need to cut back some top to balance up the root loss. I'd cut pretty hard at this time of year, the top will be losing moisture and the roots not taking it up
I think the 'biennial' wallfowers are perennial in truth but they don't look great after a couple of years.
Just galls, no need to get rid. You will have a much more interesting and lively garden if you don't try and get rid of all forms of life.