Your 2015 Stirchley Time Capsule

As part of the Stirchley Baths project I have been gathering items for the new time capsule. This has taken me on a journey from a drop-in session at Stirchley Library; to St Andrews church; Stirchley Baths construction team; Loaf Community Bakery and the Late Summer Bash. The new time capsule with be ‘buried’ beneath the pool and visible through a perspex window.

Among the donations are a Stirchley Park t-shirt, school cardigan, Bournville Station train ticket, library card, beer mat, building plans and recipe for the Stirchley loaf! These are some of the people I have met along the way:

Brian of the Friends of Stirchley Park donated a t-shirt at the drop-in session.
Brian of the Friends of Stirchley Park donated a t-shirt at the drop-in session.
Sunander suggested a passport to Leisure card and train tickets- who knows if in 100 years Bournville Station will be around!
Sunander suggested a passport to Leisure card and train tickets- who knows if in 100 years Bournville Station will be around!
Stirchley Primary School caretaker popped in to donate a cardigan.
Stirchley Primary School caretaker popped in to donate a cardigan.
St Andrews congregation with the contents of the old time capsule.
St Andrews congregation with the contents of the old time capsule and making suggestions for the new one.
St Andrews looking at old photographs.
St Andrews looking at old photographs.
Jon, Martyn and Tony are building your community centre.
Jon, Martyn and Tony are building your community centre.
The Loaf bakers.
The Loaf bakers donated the famous Stirchley Loaf recipe.
The suggestions board at the Late Summer Bash.
The suggestions board at the Late Summer Bash.
Writing a suggestion.
Ron from the Neighbourhood Forum Writing a suggestion.
Stirchley Community Group donated a whole folder for the time capsule.
Stirchley Community Group donated a whole folder for the time capsule.

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