Gainsborough: School children are challenged to draw what they think John Coupland Hospital will look like in 100 years for time capsule

Ben Richardson, 8, being presented with his prize by JCH Charities Fund Chairman, Brenda Allen.
Ben Richardson, 8, being presented with his prize by JCH Charities Fund Chairman, Brenda Allen.

To mark the centenary year of the First World War, John Coupland Hospital in Gainsborough have held a number of events to mark this milestone.

The last event was to bury a time capsule in the hospital grounds.

To be included in the time capsule children from Morton Trentside Primary School were challenged to draw their idea of what they thought the hospital would look like 100 years from now.

The art work from the Year 3 students was judged by staff from the hospital and the winner was Ben Richardson, aged eight.

He is pictured being presented with his prize by JCH Charities Fund Chairman, Brenda Allen.