A consultant ophthalmologist based at Royal Lancaster Infirmary is donating the proceeds from his new book to Bay Hospitals Charity. 

Jayaprakash Patil has published a new book of photography called ‘Nature Watch: In Britain and India’. 

The book brings together a collection of Jayaprakash’s best photos alongside written descriptions of his experiences of capturing the images. 

It also explores the complex interactions between different species to highlight the fragility of our ecosystems and the food chain. 

Bay Hospitals Charity funds the latest equipment for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust to help make patients more comfortable and ensure they get the best possible care and treatment. 

Head of Charities and Fundraising Suzanne Lofthouse said: “We’re so grateful to Jayaprakash for choosing to support Bay Hospitals Charity through sales of this lovely book. 

“As well as making a lovely Christmas present, it will help to educate people about the importance of all living creatures and their role in the environment, all while helping to support our local hospitals.” 

Proceeds from the book’s first year of sales will be donated to Bay Hospitals Charity. 

The book is available at £10 from Amazon 

- Did you know you can raise money for Bay Hospitals Charity at no extra cost to you through AmazonSmile? 

Make Bay Hospitals Charity your designated cause, and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases when you shop. 

Donations made via Amazon Smile will be used to fund the latest equipment for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust to help make patients more comfortable and ensure they get the best possible care and treatment.   

Setting up your chosen charity is a simple process, and takes minutes to complete. 

Find out how at bayhospitalscharity.org/amazonsmile