Location: Cley-next-the-Sea, North Norfolk
Client: North Norfolk Exhibition Projects
A Thatcher&Brown Project.
The project aims to remember the tragic storm and sea-surge of the 31st January 1953. Our work hopes to serve as a reminder of the seas dominant power over man by reflecting on the absence of Randall’s Folly. A whimsical building, built on the beach at the Great Eye, Salthouse. The folly was left badly damaged following the flood.
For the first part of the project we are proposing to build a permanent memorial bench on the mid point between high tide and low tide which will focus the occupants views on the folly-less Great Eye, drawing attention to its absence. The Cley 2013 exhibition will form the first round of community consultation for the project
The second part of the project will be a theoretical proposal for the reconstruction of Randall’s Folly to commemmorate the centenary of the flood in 2053.