Housebuilder calls for Community’s Help to Lock Down 2020 Memories in Time Capsule
Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames is calling for Buckinghamshire residents to share memories of the unprecedented events of 2020 to document “life at Kingsbrook during lockdown” for a special time capsule project.
Local people are being invited to contribute towards the contents of the time capsule to help explain what happened during the pandemic to future generations.
Items to be collected should represent the day-to-day activities of the local community and the general atmosphere across the country. Newspaper clippings, photographs, significant toys/items and personal memoirs are all welcome.
Both adults and children are invited to fill out a Covid-19 Time Capsule Booklet designed by Long Creations. The pdf format for this booklet is available by following the link at the bottom of the page. The booklet covers a breadth of topics to help individuals document their personal experiences during the lockdown.
Once guidelines allow, the items will be collected and a time capsule will be buried at the Kingsbrook development in Aylesbury, to be reopened again in 50 years.
Karly Williams, Sales Director for Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames said: “While our lives seem to be largely dominated by the current situation, it is also important to focus on the future when restrictions are lifted. Time capsules are a brilliant way of capturing a snapshot of the world for future generations to experience. This historic time is certainly worth documenting.”
Local people should collect items for the time capsule at home and contact email@example.com to let Barratt and David Wilson Homes register their submission. Those wishing to fill in a Time Capsule Booklet can visit: https://bit.ly/2TGxMNo