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Time Capsule Marks Milestone for Scotlands Biggest Offshore Wind Farm

Items placed in the capsule include symbols of the pandemic such as hand gel and face masks, as well as artwork, video clips, toys, newspapers and a Ferryden school jumper.

The project highlights the commitment of Seagreen’s joint partners SSE Renewables and TotalEnergies, and Montrose Port Authority to ensure a lasting community benefit from the £3 billion wind project.

In addition to the time capsule, pupils from schools across Montrose were also invited to suggest names for the new Seagreen Operations and Maintenance building on the Port’s South Quay and it was a Ferryden pupil who came out on top.

​As suggested by P5 pupil Lilly Hill, once operational the building will be known colloquially as ‘Windy Waves House’ and as a token of appreciation for all their hard work on the names and time capsule, every pupil of Ferryden Primary and the school’s nursery will be presented with a book token from Montrose Port Authority and Seagreen.

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