Bring photos and share your memories of the North Norfolk coastline on Sunday 4th November, 11a.m. – 4p.m. at Henry Blogg museum in Cromer. Come and see all the Diaries as well as some of the Norfolk Archive. Take part in imagining the shape of the coastline as it changes and bring stories of events that you were part of.
We are really pleased to let you know that from 19th October the diaries will be at The Beach Hut Cafe, Mundesley, Beach Cafe Overstrand and the shelter near the Beach Cafe West Runton. This year the title is ‘Winds of Change Diaries’ so please come and draw or write about your experinces of the changing coastline, weather and communities.
The venue for the workshop on November 4th is Henry Blogg Lifeboat Museum, Cromer. 11 a.m – 4p.m. suggested donations £2 per person please to cover rent for the day. The full COAST festival programme is available for bookings.
Looking forward to seeing the entries and meeting more participants this year, come and see all the diaries on show at the workshop November 4th
Plans for the new season of events for COAST are in progress, look out for updates. This year we look forward to meeting more of you who have written about and drawn your wind and coastal experiences so beautifully. We will be putting more images from the diaries up soon, so please revisit. You may see your contribution here!
Wind Diaries 2011
The Wind diaries are still up at the beach shelter at West Runton, and also at the Cliff Top Cafe at Overstrand.
Thank you everyone who has contributed such lovely writings and drawings!
The diaries will be taken away on Friday November 11th, but will then be on display, along with last year’s diaries, in Cromer Library, from November 14th to 28th. Come along and contribute to the diaries there!
CLICK ON THE TAB ABOVE TO FIND OUT ALL ABOUT THIS YEAR’S EXCITING PROJECT AT OVERSTRAND AND WEST RUNTON
Using the diaries, plus data collected from Weybourne, we made maps which charted the changes in wind direction over the last 3 – 4 weeks on this part of the coast. In the morning we worked on a beautiful sandy patch of beach, racing against the incoming tide. In the afternoon we worked at the bottom of the beach road, marking out the map using pieces of chalk found on the beach and then decorating with pebbles and paint made from natural pigments from the beach.
10/10/10 We walked and talked. The current and past movement of land and weather spoke to us as we went. Part of the 350 international campaign to cut carbon emissions. see http://www.350.org/
350 on West Runton beach
We thought links to tide and moon tables would be interesting to have. They affect the weather and our experience of the coast. http://www.pol.ac.uk/ntslf/tides/?port=0183
Liz brought a series of flags she had made, each bearing the line of a riddle about the wind
We invited visitors to explore the wind, and to make entries into the diary or make a pennant to fly from the shelter
Here is what I found at the end of the Wind Art Day
Extended Wind Diary