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Shout Out Loud

Shout Out Loud is a project for young people, created by young people.

Shout Out Loud aims to give young people a voice in stories and ideas of the past, by placing them at the very heart of the project.

Are you aged 11 – 21? Come and get involved in English Heritage's Shout Out Loud Project.

What is Shout Out Loud?

With young people involved at the very start, the Shout Out Loud team will create opportunities and platforms for young people to have fun, creative and meaningful experiences with the past.

Young people will be able to take part in a range of activities to discover and share the hidden stories of their local communities and English Heritage sites. Working with the Shout Out Loud team, English Heritage staff and volunteers along with our partners:

Each activity will result in a new interpretation of the site. This may be a performance, or a film or sound scape, or a new display. These will be shown to local people as well as visitors to sites at events young people will organise.

How can I get involved?

If you are aged between 11–16 and part of a youth project near one of our English Heritage sites you may be able to take part in our creative projects. Tell your youth workers about the project and ask them to contact Bekki Redshaw our Development Manager bekki.redshaw@english-heritage.org.uk.

We are also looking for enthusiastic, creative and energetic volunteers aged 16–21 to join a Young Producers group as part of Shout Out Loud.

What is a Young Producer?

Young Producers are the voice of the Shout Out Loud project and of young people in English Heritage. The Young Producers will sit at the highest level of youth participation within the project, helping and guiding the project board and youth partners.

The Young Producers are crucial for the development of the project, giving young people the opportunity to shape the project delivery and have their voices and opinions heard on a national level.

Download the Young Producer role description

Shout Out Loud is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. 

The National Lottery Heritage Fund
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