What would you like to see in Reedham Ferry Inn?
This location offers a very characteristic example of the unique & beautiful natural landscapes in the Broads National Park made up of 60 open waterways and seven rivers: the Ant, Bure, Chet, Thurne, Waveney, Wensum and Yare. The Broads were dug out in medieval times to provide peat for fuel. In the 14th century, these peat diggings flooded, creating the beautiful waterways we see today. Historically, boats shipped sugar beet along the canal. The Reedham Chain Ferry and Swing bridge on the River Yare are an important part of the area’s railway and boating heritage.
Below are the shortlisted submissions for Reedham Ferry Inn. You can read more about the individual works and artists by selecting the images below and register to let us know which artworks you like best!
You can like as many artworks as you wish, and you can also select your favourite work for this location by pressing the ‘star’ button. Casting has now closed and we will be announcing the artworks to Early Spring 2022.
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