The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove

The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask

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 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. Staff are also supporting members who cannot visit the centre through a meal delivery service and regular phone calls.

The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask
The Pepper Pot Centre in Ladbroke Grove was founded in 1981 by Pansy Jeffrey, a Windrush generation activist. leopard print mask

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  1. Wonderful. Love this charity which does fabulous work in the local community.

    Love what the Duchess is wearing - very crisp and a different silhouette from usual. Groovy mask.

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    1. Absolutely agreed! She looks fantastic!
      Chel

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  2. Nicely dressed and you see her warm smile behind the mask!

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    1. I agree! A nice outfit,,,,, and the duchess is such a lovely person. I really like her.

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  3. She looks different in her clothing style but in a positive way. And the MN protector is downright daring in her circles. A beautiful Leo pattern... I think it all works. I like her. Frieda.

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  4. I like it except for the exaggerated shoulder pads on the wrap. As the first commenter notes, it’s a pleasantly different look for Camilla and I would even call it that rare thing, a look that is “cute” but still appropriate for a mature woman. I can see Queen Sonja in this outfit (minus the giant shoulder pads 🙂).

    I can’t manage to like any of the Covid masks; no matter how creative or stylish I find them ugly...but they are part of life for the time being.

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  5. This is not her usual style, but she looks fabulous!

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  6. Think she looks good--great how you can see her smiling in spite of the mask in the first pic. Not my favourite outfit, though--a bit too like school uniform with the white blouse and black pinafore. Great mask (as masks go!)

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  7. Very good outfit on the Duchess Camilla.
    x

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  8. Camilla looks great. The cape and leopard print mask are unexpected choices for her.

    E.B.B.

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  9. Love the mask.

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  10. Not too bad of an outfit. It is slimming with the broad shoulders which evens out the rest of her body shape.

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  11. This is a lovely outfit, I particularly love the jacket, its unusual. I love it every time she wears it.

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  12. Camilla n'a pas fière allure dans cette robe-chasuble ; je préfère quand elle porte une robe simple aux lignes épurées !

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