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Sefton Young Advisors Takeover!

EPEG Takeover MeetingOur Sefton Young Advisors have recently had a great opportunity to chair and host our local CCGs (Clinical Commissioning Group) EPEG meeting (Engagement and Patient Experience Group) for apart of the ongoing Takeover Challenge that’s happening Sefton!

This involved the team talking about our Emotional Health & Wellbeing consultations and also giving them a quick taster of our Youth Engagement workshops that we’ve held at Edge Hill University. We had also had great conversations with all the service professionals about the healthcare that young people are receiving in Sefton and got some great ideas from them for possible consultations in the future!

The CCGs communications team also did a great job of putting these quick interviews together to give others an insight on what the day was about and what it involved!

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2016 AGM and Awards!

Sefton Young Advisors have had another great time at this years annual general meeting at Hope Valley, Derbyshire! Not only were we lucky enough to hold our own stakeholder engagement workshop for the other national teams but we were also lucky enough to win two more national awards!

The awards we won this year were:
Young Advisor Team Lead Of The Year - Laura Goad
Community Impact Of The Year - For Our Sefton 2030 Vision Consultations

The Sefton Young Advisor Team with their National Awards

New Recruits...

Our Sefton team has just expanded as we have just recruited 7 new Young Advisors! We received 56 applications and thank you to everyone that applied. However, a big congratulations to our new 9 members;

Katie Edwards, Callum Jones, Ellie Egerton-White, Joel Leary, Maria Gowers, Dylan Birch, Megan Grindle, Jessica Taylor-Hopkins and Morgan Finnegan.

We now have added a new range of experiences and skills to our team to enable us to all move forward as one big team and create even more community work!


Young Hero inspiration to Sefton.

Sefton Young Advisor, Amy Irwin has received an award in return for her year-round dedication to the community. Amy, who has adopted a stretch of canal with the aim of cleaning it up on a voluntary basis, has been named as a regional winner in the vInspired National Awards.