Golden Gates Housing Trust and St Barnabas Primary School saving the present for the future
Published by Golden Gates Housing Trust for Golden Gates Housing Trust in Housing and also in Communities, Education
Angela Perry (GGHT Director of Property Services) and Competition Winners.
Golden Gates Housing Trust (GGHT) has been working with St Barnabas Primary School on an exciting project to look at what should go into the Trusts Time Capsule. The time capsule will be placed on display in the floor of the reception of the Trust’s new head office, Bank Park House, which is currently under construction at the back of Bank Park.
Years 5 and 6 took part in a drawing competition themed around; Warrington in 30 years, Homes & Inventions in 30 years and ‘Me’ in 30 years. They are also making suggestions on what should be included in the capsule.
The winners of the drawing competition were Layton Evans (year 5) with his drawing of ‘himself in 30 years’ and Megan Corlett (year 6) with her drawing of ‘Warrington in 30 years’ which depicted a ‘cleaner greener’ Warrington, which is a major objective of the Trusts. Special Recognition went to 6 runners up; Jay Pine, Lily Hunter, Grace Allen, Andrew Riley, Malikah Liyaqat and Kian Moran.
The Trust will move into Bank Park House in spring 2014 and the time capsule will be placed during a special ceremony. The time capsule will be buried for 30 years, running parallel with the Trusts ’30 year investment programme’, which sees £530million being invested in homes and communities.