For the first time in 61 years, Salisbury Cathedral has peregrine chicks. Pip, Peter and Paula hatched on Sunday 18 May. Staff collaborated with RSPB in the past years to entice peregrines to nest by providing a nesting box and privacy. Clerk of Works Gary Price said: “Mother and chicks are doing well and were today visited by the RSPB who checked that the chicks are all healthy and that Mum’s feeding them OK.” Staff set up a camera focussed on the nesting box. Visitors on tours can see the nest. RSPB will set up a gazebo with a telescope for visitors to watch the birds. The Cathedral will post updates at salisburycathedral.org.uk/news/clerk-works-blog-peregrine-update.