Earlier this month Berkeley welcomed the year five class of Meadlands Primary School - along with their parents and teachers - to mark a moment in history by burying a time capsule at Richmond Chase in Ham.
The contents of the time capsule included copies of the winning entries of Berkeley's 'I love Richmond because...' artwork competition; students were invited to draw, paint or use arts and crafts to explain what they love most about the area, celebrating the beautiful location that the community enjoys.
The winners of the competition were Betty, Lucas, Ella, and Betty, pictured. All of the entries are proudly displayed in the Sales and Marketing Suite at Richmond Chase.
The capsule also contained further contributions from the school, the day's newspapers, the current music chart, a list of the latest film releases and Richmond Chase's marketing brochure, amongst a range of other 2019 memorabilia. The capsule is for the community to open after 2069.
Paul Vallone, Divisional Managing Director Berkeley St Edward, added: "We've had the pleasure of working with Meadlands Primary School in the past, and as ever it's been brilliant to witness the enthusiasm and creativity of such bright young minds. Our work with the community is extremely important to us, and we were thrilled with the success of the time capsule event."
Richmond Chase by Berkeley is a beautiful development of three, four and five-bedroom family homes located on the edge of Ham village and bordered by the ancient woodland of Richmond Park. Regency House - the historic mansion building at its centre formerly known as Latchmere House - will comprise a collection of seven beautiful apartments and is due to launch later this year. To find out more information or to register your interest visit www.richmond-chase.co.uk or call 020 3883 4198 .