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Aylesbury time capsule needs your lockdown memories

You can now contribute to a time capsule being buried on the Kingsbrook development.

Published by Mix96 News at 7:55am 31st May 2020. 2-minute read.

Aylesbury time capsule needs your lockdown memories

You can now contribute to a time capsule being buried on the Kingsbrook development in Aylesbury.

Barratt and David Wilson homes want you to add items that explain what happened during the pandemic.

The time capsule is being buried on the Kingsbrook Development in Aylesbury with plans for future generations to reopen it in 50 years.

You're being asked to share memories of the unprecedented events that have happened this year and to document 'Life at Kingsbrook during lockdown'

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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."

You can download the Covid-19 Time Capsule Booklet designed by Long Creations to help you document your personal experiences.

Simply complete the booklet and collect any items you want to add then email Barratt and David Wilson Homes to register your submission - Once guidelines allow, the items will be collected. 

Items you can add include Newspaper clippings, photographs, significant toys/items and personal memoirs.

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