Friday, 20 November 2009

Attack Of The 50ft Story - Part Two

Remember the project I was working on a few weeks back?
I was tasked to lead three workshops to inspire a group of homeless youngesters to write about what life was like for them.
Last night the event was launched in the wind and rain.
Skelmersdale Library was turned inside out as the stories were beamed across the outside of the building.
It caused quite a stir and lots of comments from passers-by - which is exactly what the project was all about.
I loved it when a group of teenagers skated over when they saw "The Skate Park" and stood and read all about it!
It also gave me the shance to wear my other red jacket.
But before I went to Skelmersdale I led a PR Workshop in Skelmersdale advising a group of small business owners on how to do their own PR.

Inside I wore:
Shoes - Clarks
Skirt - tesco
Top - Primark

Outside I wore:
Boots, jacket and Beret - Tesco


  1. I'm so right... keep both the red coats. You really look awesome in red. I admire what you are doing for the homeless youth. They need to be guided and they need to feel that somebody cares. Hugs to you!

  2. What a fantastic project! Very inspiring

  3. Jane, this sounds amazing. You do such inspiring work.

  4. What a great event, you must have been really proud of it. I don't think you can have too many red jackets when you look as good as you do in them.


  5. WOW! This is a Wonderful project and YOU are solely an INSPIRATION!:))

  6. That is absolutely bloody fantastic!! Truly brilliant - I'm so glad it was outside, how fitting. Love the photos.

    On the red jacket front - they are two different jackets. Both great colours on you and performing two different functions.

  7. Three cheers my friend. Way to go! It's so good to see someone doing for others. You rock Lady and I wish you all the very best.
    Have a great week

  8. WOW! This is a Wonderful project and YOU are solely an INSPIRATION!:))