Hi Snowy welcome to the community from Sheffield
It must be lovely to see them in the village and to know they are nesting in the area.
They are not just a coastal bird and can be seen inland.
We had this query about them in 2014 ww2.rspb.org.uk/.../112001.aspx
Great to hear. I live inland on the Northumberland / Durham border and we have lots nesting in fields round here. We even had one clever pair that nested in a sheep fold so that there was virtually no access for landborne predators to see where they were. I also saw a pair that nested and raised 2 youngsters on the roof of the main stand at Kelso racecourse.