If you were lucky enough to be visiting Tewkesbury Abbey today you will have heard and seen lots of peregrine activity!
What is really exciting is that there were THREE birds flying around, but my photographic skills didn't manage to get a picture with all three of them. Here is a photo of a male (CR? aka Christopher Robin, upper) and female (Bella?, lower). They were putting on a great courtship display, sometimes holding talons in mid flight, spiralling towards the ground.
The third bird, who I only caught a brief glimpse of as he left a tree in the churchyard, had juvenile plumage with a lighter coloured front. It (I couldn't be sure if it was male or female) was being noisily chased off by the other two birds between their displays.
It is highly probably that this is Paddington, as I understand that a juvenile may come back to the place where it hatched at the beginning of the following season.
Afterwards, Bella sat on the tower while CR flew around and around defending his territory, keeping en eye out for intruders.
I have also heard on the grapevine that CR and Bella have been seen mating on the tower, so all is looking very promising indeed for the 2019 breeding season.