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Memories of 2018 - Lubenham Primary Bury Their Time Capsule at Welland Fields

We were delighted to welcome the children from All Saints Primary School in Lubenham to bury a time capsule at our Welland Fields development this week. The vessel was filled with items chosen by the children to reflect life in 2018, and its resting place for the next 30 years will be in the heart of the new homes that are currently under construction.

All children from the local primary were invited to place items of interest inside the time capsule that will inform future generations of life in 2018. The contents included a wide variety of treasures, ranging from a full set of school uniform and photos of sporting achievements, through to a picture of our current monarch, and details of the school’s ‘Road Revolution’ road safety campaign.

Once the capsule had been filled, the children were invited to visit Welland Fields to help to bury it. Managing Director of Grace Homes, Henry Barney, and Site Manager, Paul Mott were on hand to help. The capsule is now resting in an area of open space where a community orchard is to be planted.

Henry Barney, Managing Director at Grace Homes, commented: “We work hard to forge relationships with existing communities in the areas where we are building new homes. A village school sits very much at the heart of any community, and it has been wonderful to get to meet some of the staff and pupils of All Saints. We hope this day is something the children remember for years to come.”

Mrs White, the Head at All Saint Primary School, said: “This project has really captured the children’s imagination. They put in an enormous amount of thought into what is special about living in Lubenham in 2018. We all enjoyed visiting the Grace Homes’ development, and the children took particular pleasure in helping to bury the capsule.”

Welland Fields, off Theddingworth Road in Lubenham, offers thoughtfully designed three, four and five-bedroom homes. The government’s Help to Buy scheme is available. Click here for more information or to book an appointment to view.

We were delighted to welcome the children from All Saints Primary School in Lubenham to bury a time capsule at our Welland Fields development this week. The vessel was filled with items chosen by the children to reflect life in 2018, and its resting place for the next 30 years will be in the heart of the new homes that are currently under construction.

All children from the local primary were invited to place items of interest inside the time capsule that will inform future generations of life in 2018. The contents included a wide variety of treasures, ranging from a full set of school uniform and photos of sporting achievements, through to a picture of our current monarch, and details of the school’s ‘Road Revolution’ road safety campaign.

Once the capsule had been filled, the children were invited to visit Welland Fields to help to bury it. Managing Director of Grace Homes, Henry Barney, and Site Manager, Paul Mott were on hand to help. The capsule is now resting in an area of open space where a community orchard is to be planted.

Henry Barney, Managing Director at Grace Homes, commented: “We work hard to forge relationships with existing communities in the areas where we are building new homes. A village school sits very much at the heart of any community, and it has been wonderful to get to meet some of the staff and pupils of All Saints. We hope this day is something the children remember for years to come.”

Mrs White, the Head at All Saint Primary School, said: “This project has really captured the children’s imagination. They put in an enormous amount of thought into what is special about living in Lubenham in 2018. We all enjoyed visiting the Grace Homes’ development, and the children took particular pleasure in helping to bury the capsule.”

Welland Fields, off Theddingworth Road in Lubenham, offers thoughtfully designed three, four and five-bedroom homes. The government’s Help to Buy scheme is available. Click here for more information or to book an appointment to view.

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