An artist originally from Heswall has created free Easter artwork in collaboration with Christian network to celebrate the Easter holidays.

Becky Bettesworth, who is originally from Wirral, moved to Devon 20-years-ago where she has been creating prints and artwork inspired by classic travel and railway posters of the 1930s.  

Becky, who attended Avalon in West Kirby before moving to Mostyn House in Parkgate struggled at school with dyslexia so found her passion within her art and art teacher Mrs Hare.

She said: “She was the best art teacher ever!

“I’m proud of my roots in the Wirral and I want to share my Easter artwork and message in the area where I grew up.”

Wirral Globe: Becky BettesworthBecky Bettesworth

Becky has since moved to South Devon with her husband, three children and golden retriever called Squiggle.

She was asked to create an Easter print by the Christian network in Torquay for children to enjoy and spread the Christian message of hope at easter.

She said: “I hope these downloadable prints bring fun and joy to you and your family, and we can use this time to stop and reflect on our lives and be grateful for everything we have.

Wirral Globe:

“Remembering to have hope and love in these trying times and to try to remember the true meaning of Easter.”

You can download the free A4 prints here