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St Aidan’s wildlife centre between Leeds and Castleford has been officially opened. It is a 400-hectare nature park and has been 16 years in the making. Pictured from left are Coun Jack Dunn; Jim Wardill, reserves manager Northern England; and RSPB’s Sally Granger.

It is a 400-hectare nature park and has been 16 years in the making. Pictured from left are Coun Jack Dunn; Jim Wardill, reserves manager Northern England; and RSPB’s Sally Granger.

The RSPB and Leeds City Council are celebrating the official opening of St Aidan's nature park: Leeds'Pictured from lerft, Coun Jack Dunn Lead Member Parks, Leeds City Council, Jim Wardill,Reserves Manager Northern England  RSPB and Sally Granger Viisitor Experience Manager at St Aiden's

The RSPB and Leeds City Council are celebrating the official opening of St Aidan's nature park: Leeds'Pictured from lerft, Coun Jack Dunn Lead Member Parks, Leeds City Council, Jim Wardill,Reserves Manager Northern England RSPB and Sally Granger Viisitor Experience Manager at St Aiden's

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