Once a residential plot, the homes here were destroyed by winter storms in 2010. The vacant space is now a 'flood memorial' garden for the village community of Ste. Flavie and provides a new point of access to the beach. The project followed work at the Reford Gardens where we have previously created garden installations in sheds. This time, a winding boardwalk (above high water line) links the sheds. Two will have photographic exhibitions and others represent memory (messages in bottles) and bounty from the sea (driftwood). Wonderful pictures by Joan Sullivan, a local but world-renowned photographer, document the site during the storm and at our impromptu opening last summer.