A snapshot of life preserved

A snapshot of life in Conisbrough in 2011 has been preserved for future generations to look back on thanks to pupils at Morley Place Junior School. NHS Doncaster staff asked members of class 6 to fill a special time capsule to be buried at The Stone Castle Centre - the village's new multi-million-pound health centre, currently being built at Gardens Lane.
A snapshot of life in Conisbrough in 2011 has been preserved for future generations to look back on thanks to pupils at Morley Place Junior School. NHS Doncaster staff asked members of class 6 to fill a special time capsule to be buried at The Stone Castle Centre - the village's new multi-million-pound health centre, currently being built at Gardens Lane.
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A SNAPSHOT of life in Conisbrough has been preserved for future generations.

Class six students from Morley Place Junior School filled the time capsule to be buried at The Stone Castle Centre , the new £6 million health centre, currently being built in Gardens Lane.

The pupils were picked by NHS Doncaster to put the time capsule together, and also produced some artwork to go on display in the new health centre.

The children and their teacher, Nicola Walker, included a school uniform, tea-towel, school dinner menu, coins, a bus ticket and pictures of themselves.

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