Children from the Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy (IPACA) prepare a time capsule for burial at Pennsylvania Heights. The capsule has been filled with memorabilia from 2012 and 2013 because it is the period of both the completion of Phase 1 of the Passivhaus green development and the opening of the Academy. Souvenirs included in the box are items relating to the development itself, IPACA and its predecessor schools, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, the 2012 Olympics, the environment and other more recent news stories, as well as some currently popular gadgets, sweets, drinks and toys. A plaque will commemorate the burial site with instructions to open the capsule in twenty year’s time. It will be interesting to see how things change during that period! Penn House was chosen because it is named after the writer John Penn, Governor of Portland, who had Pennsylvania Castle built.
Prices for three bed houses at Pennsylvania Heights start at £238,000 (all apartments and two bed houses are now reserved).
Photo caption includes Mark Coleman of Lomand Homes and Jordan McGuinness (Deputy House Captain) holding the capsule, Polly Greenway, director Domvs estate agents and Glenn Smith, Real Estate Agents.
DOMVS: 6th Aug 2013 14:15:00