Residents take to the Hackney streets for puppet parade
Week-long workshop for Pembury residents.
The puppet parade concluded an array of February half-term activities.
These included jewellery-making, football, table tennis, pool, basketball and ice skating.
The "waste monster" made by young residents on the estate
The puppet was made out of plastic bags donated by residents, to highlight waste, specifically around plastic bags.
This is a cause close to young people’s hearts, who want to encourage a plastic bag-free Pembury.
"I Love Pembury" eco-bags were given out along the parade route
Diana, 11, said: “This parade was really fun even in the rain and I hope it makes people think about using plastic bags in future.”
Peabody’s Director of Community Programmes, Veronica Kirwan added: “We hope that the project has raised awareness and an understanding of the environment.”
Residents can access many activities at Pembury
To take part in activities including:
- football coaching run by Leyton Orient Kickz
- our sustainability project
...come along to embury Youth Club, Pembury Community Centre, Pembury Close.
6pm–8:30pm every Monday (8-12-year-olds)
6:30-9pm every Wednesday (13-17-year-olds)
Contact Peabody’s Senior Youth Worker, David Ali, on 07786 675904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Peabody runs lots of exciting programmes and things to do in London – mostly free and open to everyone. Download our impact report to see what we've achieved over the past 12 months: Peabody Group impact report 2016 (pdf, 6mb)