We are an award winning social enterprise


current PROJECTS

The sewing rooms is our current award winning project that manufactures soft furnishings, accessories and bespoke upholstery for private

and corporate clients.

We work particularly closely with groups and individuals who may be isolated, long-term unemployed and at risk of developing mental health problems.

we provide training and employment opportunities in our curtain-making and upholstery workshops.

We do business by putting people and the planet first. We reinvest the money that our business makes into the communities around us. we are able to focus solely on what we do best – using our skills to make our communities better places to live and work.

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Ideas in Motion is a project aimed at young people giving them the opportunity to devise and direct their own music video for unsigned under 18 local bands and musicians. workshops in camera skills and production give participants valuable life skills and unique experiences; stimulating ideas and creativity, enhancing their problem solving abilities, leading to improved team building

and project management skills.

This music video was directed by Ashleigh Kinder and

Kayleigh Murphy, under 18 girls from Parr in St Helens, Merseyside. Before the project both girls had no experience in shooting video.

Arial Chambers are Matty, Dan and Ste. Based in St Helens, Merseyside the band regularly play local venues.

This project was supported by Renew Parr and Helena Housing.


one of our proudest achievements was working alongside

the liberty centre producing a series of 21 videos to mark their 21st anniversary. Over six months we collaborated with the women of the refuge creating a safe and supportive

environment for them to share their experiences.


headstrong is a wellbeing project aimed at young women to

help them build confidence and make new connections.

working in collaboration with the award winning total reuse CIC in skelmersdale we produced a series of videos promoting the five ways to wellbeing. this was funded by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

the journey is a documenatry project made in collaboration with vulnerable males in st helens, merseyside.

it charts their relationship with mental health

and was funded by comic relief

the inspire programme is aimed at women suffering poor mental health. run in association with blackburne house, liverpool.

The Door is a documentary about the pioneering work of the Dual Diagnosis support group in St Helens, Merseyside.

the Age of inspiration project takes wellbeing to vulnerable adults over 65 years in a fun and interactive way, funded by Lancashire county council and unltd.