Join us!

Love Sneinton Join Alchemy!We believe in Sneinton and our ability as locals to improve our lot- through our knowledge of the area, our ideas for making things better, and pooling our skills and expertise. 

Many of people doing a little bit every month can make a huge difference here, and enjoy doing it too!

We can help you to find really effective ways to put something back... It's the best way to get more out of life.

Sneinton Alchemy is a membership organisation: we need our members to ensure we take the most effective local action possible, focussed on the needs of the community.

Join today and help us make Sneinton a better place to live, work and play: email:    saying you want to become a member, or download the membership forms below.    Thank you!

Individual membership:  

Local residents and anyone with an interest in the Sneinton neighbourhood can join as an individual member. To join, please download the individual membership form   Full instructions and details of membership are on the form.

Individual members have a voice in deciding how the CIC determines and prioritises its activities in its Area of Benefit. 

The annual membership fee of  £5 entitles members to:
  • Participate in Sneinton Alchemy meetings, including the AGM, and receive notification of other Alchemy events. 
  • Quarterly e-newsletters and regular bulletins on key issues facing the neighbourhood
  • Opportunities to contribute to the work of the Alchemy board and/or other Task Groups set up to tackle specific issues.

Corporate membership: 

Community Groups, third sector bodies (charities and social enterprises), companies and public bodies are also welcome as members of Alchemy. 

In addition to the benefits of individual membership, corporate members can have a presence on the Alchemy website and association with the activities through online and printed publicity.

There is a separate  corporate membership form  to download, or contact the secretary:
email: phone: 

Corporate membership fees vary according to the type and size of the organisation. 

Full instructions and details of membership are on the form.
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