A probable garden escape but a name would be nice. Looking very much at home with the Celendines and Wood Anenomes by the River Wharfe
No interactions present.
...then it's either D. formosa 'Aurora' which has pure white flowers , but as I can see a tiny pink section of the flower, I would suggest it's Dicentra formosa oregona, which has cream/white flowers and glaucous (blue/green) foliage.
Bit hard to tell from the photo, but the foliage does appear to be on the glaucous side.
Definitely a garden escape, apparently becoming quite common, as it seeds freely.
How to take close-ups with cheap phone and hand-lens:
Field Guides for Budding Botanists:
Lat/Lng: 53.9933, -1.8819
OS grid ref: SE078552