10 March 2017
RETURN TO NEWS
The event was the Brain child of Community Payback supervisor Theresa Wimsey who generated the idea of burying a time capsule to be opened in 50 years time.
Staff, residents and visitors to Adelaide House filled the time capsule with contains over 60 items, including: Money, bus & train tickets, a plastic bag, newspapers, photographs and letters to children.
We were joined by the Major of Liverpool: Joe Anderson, numerous councellors, NPS staff, Community Payback staff, Adelaide House committee members staff & residents, community payback girls and various staff from other partnership agencies.
Other activities on the day included: A cake & Jam sale (all of which were home made), A raffle, Prize bingo, Beauty treatments including Hair styling, Nail painting & Eye brow threading and Tea leaf reading.
All proceeds raised on the day, which is in excess of £800 will be donated to RASA.