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Are you a Young Carer?

Are you a young carer? Do you provide help or support to a family member or friend who has a disability, illness, has mental health issues or who miss-uses substances? If so you might be interested in an exciting new sports program currently running in Northumberland. Carers Northumberland, SMILE Through Sport, and Voices Northumberland have[…]

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The 2018 Boccia Awards, it’s time to nominate your boccia sporting hero.

  Nominations are now open! Entries must be received by Tuesday 1st May 2018. The Boccia England Awards are a celebration of sporting achievements. The awards provide a way of recognising and, above all, celebrating the successes of our outstanding athletes, inspirational volunteers, great coaches and high quality clubs across England. We are now accepting nominations[…]

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from all us at SMILE Through Sport. We hope you’ve all had a lovely Christmas and New Year and are looking forward to and getting involved in what we’ve got planned for 2018! We’ve got a wide range of Community Sport Sessions, Saturday Sport Sessions, Start to SMILE Sport Festivals and the[…]

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NEW Community Sport Sessions

Following on from a successful Summer Programme, we have organised a range of community disability sport sessions that are running across the North East between October 2017 until early December 2017. These sessions are based around multi-sport activities, so you will be able to try a wide range of different sports from athletics, boccia to[…]

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Newcastle United Foundation Disability Football Programme 2017/2018

SMILE Through Sport are excited to share with you a new opportunity for both children and adults to take part in disability football. Newcastle United Foundation’s disability football programme for 2017/18 is currently underway and contain lots of sessions for disabled people to take part in. Adults football for all is  one-hour session of fun[…]

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