THEY are certainly proud of their county as they are of their park.
The Friends Of Beaumont Park are staging a special Yorkshire Day celebration in the Victorian park this Sunday and you may be able to spot the Yorkshire flag flying high among the herbaceous beds.
These beds close to the park’s entrance on Butternab Road are tended by a dedicated band of volunteers from the friends with help from council staff.
The photograph was taken by Mary Kenworthy, treasurer of the Friends of Beaumont Park.
She said: “The Yorkshire flag has been put up by Kirklees Council for our Yorkshire Day Gala on August 1.
“Our wonderful herbaceous beds are full of colour at the moment and tended by the Beaumont Park Monday Club Gardeners and Kirklees gardeners.’’
Sunday’s event starts at 2pm and will feature Honley Brass Band, Pennine Brass and the Crosland Moor-based Valley Royale Majorettes.
Rather less gentle will be an enactment of the Wars Of The Roses.
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