‘Noted’ began as a Creative Participation project funded by the Big Lottery , working with children and young people, staff and volunteers to explore creative approaches to meaningful participation between 2010 and 2013.

The project worked in partnership with voluntary, community and faith groups to develop innovative ways of collaborating with artists and makers to involve children and young people in decision-making and services.

The Sefton CVS Children and young people’s team has continued to use creative methods to involve children and young people in setting up new projects and activities; establishing youth forums; carrying out youth consultation and research; or creating innovative practice, tailor-made for a specific group.

Please see below for a selection of films, sites and events produced during the Noted project and beyond …



Three Transitions Tales

This animation was created by young mental health campaigners in partnership with animators Emily and Anne

Red Ties

This film was made by young actors in collaboration with a professional production company to form part of the Mindspace local self- harm intervention project facilitated by SEAS

Trigger warning: please read carefully :  If you struggle with self-harm, the content in this film could be potentially triggering. If you’re struggling with these feelings, please call Childline on 0800 1111, Samaritans on 116 123, or the Mind Infoline on 0300 123 3393. If you need urgent medical attention, please call the emergency services on 999.

Young Healthwatch

Young people carried out research into how their age group interacts with health services, what they want and how confident they feel to have their say.

Coming soon….

Play It Forward – A Mixtape of Musical Memories

In 2015 and 2016 young people in Sefton have connected with older musicians to discover and celebrate local lives touched by music. The young people went on to produce photography and creative writing. This film was made by Thinking Film

Life = Ltd
Young people from Sefton share their view on assisted housing and the job centre

Noted Celebration Event 2012


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