Students who have left their mark in history at Haverhill Research Park saw their efforts recognised with a ceremony this week.
Kate Lawes, from Samuel Ward Academy, picked the contents to be included in the time capsule which will be buried on the £100 million site after her choices won a school competition to select what will be in the capsule.
Castle Manor Academy student Loren Taylor’s choice of ‘Three Counties Way’ was selected as the winning name for the entry road to Carisbrooke Investments’ 450,000 sq ft site.
A ceremony for both was held today (Monday, March 10).
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