The Pepper Pot Centre
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
Pepper Pot Members taking part in there chair exercise class
Pepper Pot Members taking part in their weekly chair yoga exercise class
Member celebrating her 80+ birthday
Pepper Pot Members taking part in the weekly Bible Study sessions
Pepper Pot Members making a video for Natural History Museum on the Bre Anancy story
Black History Month
The RAF museum in Cosford is putting on an Exhibition called " Pilots of the Caribbean" dedicated to celebrate the great service provided by thousands of Black people who have served in the RAF since 1917.
Happy Windrush Day
Today The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Pepper Pot Centre and heard how this hub for older people has continued to support vulnerable members of the community throughout lockdown.
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove, London, was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. The aim was to provide a culturally sensitive drop-in centre for members of the elderly African Caribbean community.
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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