Two pieces of artwork unveiled in Skinningrove in 2012 have much in common. Both were created by ceramic artist Glynis Johnson with help from the local community (including a primary school) and are situated near each other on the wall of Riverside Building in New Company Row. They both refer to the history, heritage and folklore of the village and also have a ‘watery’ theme. These storywall ceramics of the Skinningrove Merman and the floods of 2000 are worth a special visit because they complement each other so effectively. Please see the accounts and photographs that follow.