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Reciprocal

PARKS IN WEST YORKSHIRE / BETTY EASTWOOD PARK

A Reclaimed Place Of Bliss

After extracting the treasures given by Mother Nature, it’s just right for her to reclaim this gift and be returned to the natural world

The park was named in memory of Betty Eastwood (1913–1990), a teacher, a local councillor in Crigglestone who spent many years on the Wakefield Bench. (Photo taken in summer of 2022)

Going over my nature photo files, I realised that a good number were taken at Betty…

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Josephine Crispin

Writes about writing, nature, animals, the environment, social issues and spirituality. Editor and published author of romance novellas amongst other genres.