Folly – Remember, Remember
Lord Berners built the Farringdon Folly in the spirit of frivolity and fun – what could be more fitting than pink fireworks to remember 5th of November, 1935 when he gifted the tower to Robert Heber-Percy…
“I live near to this creation of Lord Berners and think it, having been been built for no real purpose (other than to tease his neighbours), a great reminder of his sense of silliness! Felt I had to bring back some fun from that period of time to lighten our collective mood today.”.
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