Derbyshire toddlers bury time capsule

Derbyshire toddlers bury time capsule

22/07/2019

Derbyshire toddlers spent day visiting a new housing development in their village recently – and buried a time capsule to mark the event.

The youngsters from Aston on Trent Preschool were welcomed by Cameron Homes, which is building a collection of new properties at the Aston Grange scheme.

A range of items were buried in the capsule on the site, including pictures drawn by the children and various items used in the construction of the houses.

Cameron Homes marketing executive Baljit Johal said that it was a pleasure to show the children around Aston Grange and talk to them about how houses were built.

“We are a family-owned company and always try to get involved in local communities. We have also donated five scooters to the preschool group which we hope they will enjoy using.”

Louise Anderson of the preschool, based at the War Memorial Hall on Chellaston Lane, thanked Cameron for their generosity.

She commented: “We would like to sincerely thank Cameron Homes for the opportunity to visit the site at Ashwood Grange in Aston on Trent and also for the very kind donation of the scooters, the children will love them!”