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This project may be of interest to you.
Here’s details of the ‘My Memories of Sneinton’ project involving the Muslim Community Organisation, WEA and the William Booth primary school.
This project has been funded by the Near Neighbours church urban fund. The WEA is offering a 10 week course called My memories of Sneinton.
The course will run a taster session on Tuesday 10th January 2017 from 10am-12 noon and the 10 week course will run until 21st March 2017. It is open to anyone who lives in or has lived in Sneinton.
About the project
The ‘My Memories of Sneinton’ is an intergenerational and cross cultural project. It aims to collect older and young people’s history and experiences of growing up in Sneinton and collecting memorabilia from the past and present.
These experiences will be shared and recorded as memory keep sakes in scrap books and memory time capsules. Different themes will be covered over a ten week period to include: food and drink, sweets, entertainment & leisure, toys and games, shops, schools, landmarks, communication.
In the final week the older people and younger people will get together to share and showcase their experiences with refreshments.
Meetings for the project will be held at: Muslim Community Organisation, Beaumont Street, Sneinton, NG2 4PJ
If you would like any further information about the project please contact Alison Tel: 0115 941 7865
Alison Vaughan Community Development Worker at MCO. Her working hours are 20 hours over Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday