The Pepper Pot Centre
COVID-19: RBKC Mayor praises the work of the Pepper Pot Centre
I am writing to introduce you to the work of the Pepper Pot Centre
See the link below to the NHS North West London website....Article describing the work of the Pepper Pot Centre during this crisis.
During this crisis you can help the Pepper Pot Centre by any of the following:
Providing Groceries – Rice, Pasta, tin foods, Bread, vegetables, provisions toiletries, cleaning materials, water, drink etc.
Providing ‘Pre-Prepared Food’, namely food that our elderly members can just heat up.
Working on our behalf to negotiate support from companies or local outlets like: Tesco, Sainsbury, M&S, restaurant chains, petrol stations and any other options you may wish to consider.
Money donations which will help us to support our members by providing: food, PPE, groceries, petrol for the minivan, bereavement, support, regular phone calls for members in ‘lockdown’ who need information, emotional support and practical strategies to help them cope during this crisis.
If you would like to make a donation please click the donate button on our website.
Alternatively you can send a cheque made payable to The Pepper Pot Centre, 1A Thorpe Close, London, W10 5XL.
If you would like to HELP this critical service please contact us - 0208 968 6940 or firstname.lastname@example.org. for more information.
Howard Jeffrey MBE
Charity Number 297952
The Queens first visit.
The Queen visited the Pepper Pot Day Centre in Ladbroke Grove on Friday 9 June 2006 to mark its 25th anniversary. This was her second visit following the opening of Centre.
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