Midsummer’s Day Beach Labyrinth for the Lives Lost During the Pandemic
June 24 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
As we ‘come out’ of lockdown, we are laying out a triple spiral labyrinth on the sand to remember the lives that have been lost during the pandemic. We will lay 1500 stones around the edge roughly symbolic of the number of people who have died from Covid in Norfolk – but also symbolic of others who have died this year. There will be short interludes of poetry, music, words from the sand and epitaphs shared as the rhythm of the tide washes the labyrinth back into the sea.
All government guidelines for coronovirus will be respected. We want to encourage others to walk local labyrinths or create labyrinths on the beaches around the coast to mark this as a day of remembrance.