Welcome to the
Pepper Pot Centre
A day care centre supporting elders of the Caribbean and African community since 1981
More than one in three older people experience loneliness, this, along with social isolation increase the risk of dementia by 50%. We at Pepper Pot believe no one should live life lonely or confused. We provide a range of support services for the over 60's from the Afro Carribean Community of West London (RBKC) to combat the effects of loneliness by connecting people through communities, support for dementia, health and well-being, learning opportunities and much more.
We enrich the lives of many, while giving their carers a break. We have members who, if they didn't attend the centre would not leave their homes or even speak to someone all week. If you know of anyone who could benefit from our centre or if you would like to support us, get in touch at Pepperpotcentre.org.uk
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Pepper Pot Centre members enjoying a delicious Caribbean carnival breakfast hosted by the London Fire Brigade Kensington branch
Pepper Pot Trustees engages with the Mayor
Wonderful day hosted by Global Radio, spending time in their studio, engaging with their DJ presenter Matt Wilkinson, the social media and the 'Global Make Some Noise' team, who fund and support brilliant small charities across the UK, that are making a big difference to people's lives. Today, the support we received was sharing their wealth of knowledge in engaging awareness on social media, and showcasing the support the charity offers. Pepperpotcentre.org.uk
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1937 - 2023
It is with immense sadness that the trustees, members and staff of the Pepperpot Centre have learned of the death of Eudene Blackman who worked conscientiously as a Cook for the Charity for many years. Everyone at Pepperpot would like to offer our condolences to Ms Blackman’s family at this sad time.
Pepperpot attend Windrush Celebration at Buckingham Palace
A historic day for the Pepperpot Centre…. members ,volunteers and staff attended a reception at Buckingham Palace hosted by the King and Queen to celebrate the Windrush Generation and to mark 75 years since the arrival of the HMT Empire Windrush. During the historic event the Royal couple unveiled 10 new portraits of Windrush elders. The King commissioned 10 Black artists to create the portraits that pay tribute to the Windrush generation and the immense impact they have made to the United Kingdom. They will become part of the Royal Collection and a lasting memorial to all the people who came to Britain from the Caribbean.
Pepper pot Centre members having fun at a Valentine and Gala Concert organised by Age Uk in South Kensington
Pepperpot Centre members Howard, Joyce, Norma and Lisa visiting
Global Radio, meeting Angie Greaves Smooth FM and Capital XTRA DJ’s in support of the ‘Make a Noise’ Campaign.
Right now, many elderly people across the UK are living in crisis. Small charities like Pepperpot are working hard to support those who need it most, but they need your help. Show your support by giving what you can and join us on Global's #MakeSomeNoise Day, proudly supported by
Weekly activities at the Pepper Pot
Pepper Pot Members playing bingo at a Silver Sunday party
Pepper Pot Members having lunch, relaxing, chatting at the centre
Father Philip from All Saints Church Ladbroke Grove conducting the weekly bible studies class every Thursday pm at Pepperpot as part of our activities.
Weekly Thursday Am chair yoga class....Come and join this relaxing class.
Pepper Pot Members taking part in there chair exercise class
Pepper Pot Members taking part in their weekly chair yoga exercise class
Pepper Pot Members taking part in the weekly Bible Study sessions
Thank you to @cityharvestlondon for their weekly donation of food to Pepperpot always appreciated
HRH The Queens visits the Pepper Pot Centre
The Queen visited the Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove on Friday 9 June 2006 to mark its 25th anniversary. This was her second visit following the opening of the Centre back in 1981.
Upon arrival the Queen was greeted by members and staff at the centre. She enjoyed guided tour, and The Queen was presented with plaque to commemorate the visit.
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