Looking to the future at Weaver’s Meadow as pupils bury time capsule

26 June 2017

Pupils from Pot Kiln Primary School in Sudbury helped create history for the future as they buried a time capsule at Keepmoat Homes’ Weaver’s Meadow development.

As part of Keepmoat Home’s commitment to on-going engagement with the local community – the firm approached the school during a key stage in build and sourced the time capsule which won’t be opened until 2087.

The pupils, who are members of the School Council, placed in the capsule their thoughts on what the area means to them, images of their school environment and activities, as well as a copy of the school’s newsletter and memorabilia.

Lydia Spratt, class teacher at Pot Kiln Primary School, said:“The pupils thoroughly enjoyed bringing all these items together and the project fitted nicely with our community links as part of the school council. They are thrilled to be creating a piece of history for the future.”

The pupils also heard from the Keepmoat team about different jobs available in the housebuilding industry, saw the new homes in their various stages of construction and viewed the finished product with a tour of the show home.

Jacqueline Egan, Regional Sales Manager at Keepmoat said: “They were a lovely enthusiastic group, asking lots of questions about our business and what was happening on site. We hope it will bring good memories in the years to come as they pass by the development.”

Weaver’s Meadow offers one and two bedroom apartments and two, three, four and five bedroom houses. Prices start from £159,000.

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