David Faithfull's Residency at the Top Shed hosted by Sue Maufe included an Opening on Sunday 10th of September for friends, family and neighbours.

Faithfull demonstrated his Whirligig Drawing Machine based on the early US 'Drone' flight tester on the North Norfolk coast - a starnge and earie relic of the second World War.

Whirligig was accompanied by a series of drawings absed on flints collected nearby.

The 'Drawing' tip was carved from camnnel coal by Faithfull during the resicdency.