PEBL runs a number of exciting projects as part of what we do. All our projects are free and directly benefit residents of the Prospect Estate. Whether you’d like some practical help with job searching, advice on how you can save money, or if you just fancy coming along for a knit or natter, there’s something for everyone! Have a look at our posters below which describe some of the things we’ve got going on.
Our projects relate to our PEBL Themes – click here to read more about these.
Are you struggling to make ends meet? We can help!
Free money advice – Confidential, individual advice in all areas of money management including banking, budgeting and claiming benefits.
Free internet access, advice and refreshments!
Practical advice on how to apply for jobs, CV writing, understanding Universal Credit, using a computer, how to find training opportunities and much more.
Do you know about the many benefits of being online?
Do you want an opportunity to save money, develop new skills and keep in touch with family and friends? If so, then let our friendly tutors and volunteers help you get online!
Worried about something? Problems at home?
If you’re 14 to 25 years old with a connection to the Prospect Estate and are feeling unsafe or at risk of losing your home, you can now get 1:1 support, help or guidance.
Fancy a knit & natter or playing a game?
All welcome. Free entry! Good company! Free tea and biscuits! Come along and make new friends while knitting, playing a board game and most importantly… nattering.
Come and practice your reading after school!
For children aged 5 to 11 years from Cherrywood School. Registration necessary – please call 01252 547896.
The three signs will be strategically placed at the roundabout junction of Cherrywood Road and Prospect Avenue, on Mayfield Road
PEBL Tree Project
PEBL tree pruning, removal and replacement project