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  • SMILE - It's all over! The Big Sneinton Link Up was part of the SMILE project, aimed at building bridges between young and older people. This project has now come to an end however we ...
    Posted 13 Sept 2016, 04:06 by Shabana Najib
  • The Big Sneinton Link Up A BIG thank you to everyone that attended our event. In comparison to the events that we've organised in the past it wasn't the biggest we've done ...
    Posted 5 Apr 2016, 03:25 by Shabana Najib
  • New Faces at Smile As the Smile Project enters its final phase, we've got 2 new recruits to introduce...We have recruited two new team members who are working on the final phase ...
    Posted 26 Feb 2016, 04:49 by Shabana Najib
  • The Big Sneinton LinkUp is coming! Our team have been hard at work listening to young people and the senior citizens of Sneinton. The views shared with us have further reinforced the need for bringing these ...
    Posted 26 Feb 2016, 04:31 by Shabana Najib
  • New recruits to the SMILE team Two part time Community Organisers will work on the Smile Intergenerational Project Congratulations to Deb Lee and Zanye Reast who were recently appointed by Sneinton Alchemy to run SMILE intergenerational ...
    Posted 2 Nov 2015, 11:28 by Tom Hughes
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The overall vision for the SMILE project is to
  1. Recruit volunteers wishing to support the elderly
  2. Take care of DBS checking
  3. Arrange training including effective engagement skills, safeguarding and equality and diversity
  4. Engage the elderly to find areas of need.
  5. Liaise with Care homes and the NHS
  6. Arrange a volunteer placement
The first funded SMILE project is "intergenerational": 
Bringing Young and Senior Citizens Together. 

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