Those of you who have been reading my blog for some time will remember my posts( here, here, here and here) about the brick-work installations along the sea walls at Plimmerton Beach.
Russell Plume created these quotations from the works of William Shakespeare from pieces of brick that wash up along the beach.
This quotation was installed on a sea wall earlier this year and alongside it now is a plaque explaining the purpose of this particular installation.
As beach walkers pass by and read the quote and the explanation I hope their thoughts and good wishes will turn to the people of Christchurch to support and encourage them.
There is a Facebook page here for more photos and information to like and share.
That’s so lovely!
It has taken a lengthy time for the City Council to get the plaque installed and I am sorry that quotation did not get to be installed in Christchurch as Russell hoped. The plaque will assist in reminding us of what is really important – the people…..especially in Christchurch.
love it – my hometown
Joe Bennett had a wonderful column about Shakespeare in last Wednesday’s “Press”
Good to see the plaque. Thanks for posting this. Hugs to Russell Plume and you.