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Time capsule captures many happy memories

Tracey Warren and Emma Harrington of Brick Kiln Place, with the time capsule ready for 2035.

Tracey Warren and Emma Harrington of Brick Kiln Place, with the time capsule ready for 2035.

A Grantham provider of housing for the over 55s and those with disabilities has asked its tenants to collect ‘happy memories’ in the form of photos, newspapers and other items before placing these in a time capsule.

Brick Kiln Place on Caunt Road, which is part of LACE Housing, decided to create a time capsule to mark its fourth year.

Support co-ordinator Tracey Warren said: “Putting the time capsule together has been very emotional as we have re-lived the past four years of Brick Kiln and all the lovely memories we have made.”

Tracey has worked with scheme manager Emma Harrington, photographer Jim Evans and Brick Kiln’s tenants to put together the capsule’s contents, which will be unearthed on August 9, 2035.

Tracey added: “Let’s just hope as many of us as possible will be able to attend the re-opening! Tenant Tom Lambley nominated himself as first choice.”

 

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