Thursday 13th December 2018

Invaders of the Lost Park, an animation by St Helens community groups and Twin Vision

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On 8th December 2018, as part of the We Are Still Here: St Helens 150 Finale there was a very special premiere in St Helens Town Hall and it took place within a space-age tent!

Invaders of the Lost Park is a stop-frame animation that was created by the following St Helens community groups in collaboration with the multi-media charity, Twin Vision during a series of workshops as part of the We Are Still Here project:

Knit and Knatter, Newton Le Willows; Lansbury Bridge School; Your Voice, Your Choice, Knowsley; Autism and Friendship Group, St Helens; Knowsley Disability Concern, KDC; Citadel AHSC; Change Grow Live, CGL St Helens; Mill Green School; Activate Knowsley; BuzzHub St Helens Coalition of Disabled People and The Autism and Asperger Society, St Helens. 

The animation tells the story of a child called Lansbury who reimagines their town with amazing results! You can watch the animation in full below, we hope you enjoy!

Watch on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/307011448

We Are Still Here

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