Project LALU (AKA Look-A-Lady Ukulele) is an all-female ukulele and lyrics based group, running for 5+ years. The project is led by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust in collaboration with Bright sparks (voluntary arts in mental health group) and Peepul Enterprise in association with a range of other partners. The initiative is dedicated to health, wellbeing and cultural unity.
The Coffee Morning group was put together by a group of local ladies who just wanted to get together every week for a few hours and get away from all the hustle and bustle of motherhood and daily house chores.
The group provides a comprehensive programme of educational training and leisure activities to suit all.
The Belgrave Baheno Peepul Centre (BBPC) is a registered charity (charity number 1092389) that works with a number of different organisations to help the local community.
The most rewarding thing is witnessing the development of thousands of ordinary women and the empowerment of communities enabling normal people to take everyday control over their own future.
We have got some very exciting news!!!!
The nursery has been shortlisted and nominated for The Smile Awards, the Early Years Award Category. This is in recognition of all our hard work in promoting oral hygiene in our nursery for under 5’s.
The Smile Awards have been set up to celebrate people and organisations based in Leicester, who have helped improve oral health in Leicester through creative and innovative projects and practices.
Public voting for shortlisted candidates is open from 1st – 31st May. The winner of the Early Years Award will be selected based on their score from the panel of judges and the number of public votes they receive.
There are four award categories in total going to public vote:
- Dental Practice Award
- Community Champion Award
- Early Years Award
- School Award
The winners will be announced at the Smile Awards Ceremony on 5th June 2019, taking place at Leicester Tigers Stadium from 5.30-8.00pm. The winner will be provided with an award plaque and all shortlisted candidates will be provided with a certificate.
Please VOTE for LITTLE PEEPUL DAY NURSERY and encourage others to vote for us at www.leicester.gov.uk/smileawards and click on to early years to vote for us….please pass on to family and friends – we would be very grateful!!! Our nursery deserves this award.
We are very proud of Helen Tolley, one of our fitness instructors. Helen has been awarded the Good Neighbour of the Year award by the Residents Action Committee South (RACS).
She has been given this award for her kind heartedness and selflessness in helping others. She is an inspirational role model to us all, keep up the good work Helen!
Unfortunately due to circumstances our external party Groupon have made a mistake on their website with an Aladdin Panto back in 2015. All tickets bought through Groupon for Aladdin this year is to be refunded and dealt with by Groupon.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused – This has been a mistake made by Groupon itself and not Peepul Centre.
For queries regarding your tickets bought through the external party please call Groupon.
Thank you for your patience and understanding that Peepul Centre is not reliable for any tickets sold on Groupon.
Wow!!!! Congratulations to all our Children, Parents, Carers and Staff for fund raising on Tuesday 14th June 2016 at Little Peepul Day Nursery.
Look-a-Lady-Ukulele (LALU!) is a brand new, music and visual arts based project led by Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust in partnership with Peepul Enterprise. The project is designed to boost the health and wellbeing of women living across Leicester and Leicestershire.
The BE [active, happy, healthy] Project is a new and exciting project for BME women of 50+ age. Our project aim is to improve physical health and well-being. Our community programme contains at least two weekly activities.
Sense proudly presents the Tapestry of Touch national tour. There are over 250, 000 children and adults who are deafblind in the UK. In 2013 Sense, the national charity for people who are deafblind, launched The Great Sense Pompom Challenge. People from all of the UK took part in the challenge and made over 6, 000 pompoms. These tactile,vibrant and fun individual offerings have been woven into a giant piece of sensory art – The Tapestry of Touch. Thousands of artists with multi-sensory impairments and without contributed to the tapestry. This is their artwork.