In the hollow under the huge branch, there were at least 2 probably more, small chicks being fed by the adults. The tree is at Blake Dean, above Hardcastle Crags. Clicking on the picture on my laptop enlarges it to see the chick.
Just shows how nests can still be active late in the summer, especially Goldfinches I find.
Any big alterations in gardens including pruning and trimming should be done only after long observation to avoid killing nestlings.
Other birds seen at Blake Dean last Thursday included a male Whinchat and Green Woodpecker.