Time is captured for the future at site

A future generation will learn about what Morpeth was like in 2016 thanks to a group of pupils.

Sunday, 27th November 2016, 7:40 am
Updated Tuesday, 29th November 2016, 9:32 am
Pictured, from left, are Jason Sunil, Christie Edge (sales manager), Martha Cape, Claire Clifford (Barratt Homes Sales Adviser) and Evan Johnson.

Children from Chantry Middle School and Technology College recently visited Barratt Homes North East’s South Fields development on the edge of the town to bury a time capsule.

They have spent the last few weeks drawing pictures and collecting photographs, as well as writing about the features of their local area, to give a piece of history to whoever finds it in the future.

Head of school Steven Johnson said: “The children felt very privileged to be asked to contribute to the time capsule buried at South Fields.”