Just follow this link to the Peregrine Page on Derby City Council's website
- or alternatively, try this link to a temporary webcam page to see the images themselves.
- We have two video camera streams for you to watch, changing every three seconds. Later we will have two sets of static images and an audio stream which will be more suited to dial-up users. Please tell us how you find viewing the pages, and forgive any glitches or breaks in service as things bed down. (We had one over Saturday, but a reboot of our video server by the Head Verger at 7.30pm resolved the problem!)
If you wish, you can give us feedback by leaving a public comment on these blog pages, or you can complete the "Contact Us" form at the bottom of the peregrine page of Derby City Council's website to make direct contact with the project team.
My goodness, it's been a long hard slog, and immensely frustrating at times, but well worth all the hours and hours at home and at work, making plans, writing risk assessments, talking to suppliers and IT experts, as well to other peregrine projects around the world. Thanks to everyone who has helped to get us to this point, including those who gave donations or grants. See the main Peregrine Project Page for full details.
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