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Time capsule including portrait of Donald Trump is buried at Mulberry Park in BathIt is part of a celebration to mark the start of construction of the new community centre and schools at Mulberry Park09:27, 2 MAY 2017Updated16:49, 9 MAY 2017Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA time capsule has been buried on the site of the new community centre, primary school and nursery at Mulberry Park in Bath .Pupils from Combe Down Primary School helped with the burial on Friday (April 28).The time capsule is part of a celebration to mark the start of construction at the landmark building by Curo and Rydon.It will stay buried for at least 50 years and will give future generations a glimpse into life in 2017.Come Down Primary School pupil William on a diggerThe most amusing suggestion came from William, aged 7. He said the time capsule should include a picture of US President Donald Trump, adding “it was just the first thing that came into my head”.The picture was included alongside architect’s plans for the new buildings and pictures created by the children.Commissioned by Curo and designed by architects BDP, the community hub will sit at the heart of the Mulberry Park development fronting onto a new public square, within easy reach for residents of Combe Down and Foxhill.20 year old man Kane Jefferies admits dealing cocaine and diamorphine on streets of BathGerraint Oakley, Managing Director of Curo Homes said: “We’re delighted to mark the start of construction at the community hub, underlining Curo’s ongoing investment in the local area.”It’s been wonderful to welcome the children from Combe Down Primary School to the site, along with local residents who have helped us to shape the plans for these iconic buildings.”The community hub is being built by Rydon for Curo. Paul Barber, Rydon Construction’s South West Regional Director said: “The time capsule is a great way to mark the start of work with Curo as we look to the future of the new hub and the many positive benefits it will bring.