SHE DID IT!! WELL DONE MIRIAM IN THE EALING HALF MARATHON 2019

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PESTS pick up a well-deserved award

PESTS won in the Outstanding Service to the Community category of the 2019 Atul Pathak Community Awards, which highlights and celebrates community groups and the work they do. PESTS also received a cheque for £2,000, which was presented to Joy Barton, Project Manager & Natalie Stone, Outreach Worker, at the same time as the award at the Houses of Parliament on 19 June. To read the full article in Ealing News Extra, click here


Parents of Ealing Self Help Training Scheme


P.E.S.T.S has been working in Ealing for over 37 years, helping parent carers and children with additional needs.

We run play and support sessions. Activities are led by our experienced and qualified Play Leader who is supported by our Assistant Play Leader.

We also have volunteers who help with the children. We are very diverse and staff, volunteers and parent befrienders can often help with language support.

We also have visiting speakers who visit the sessions to give advice, information and guidance..

For information about what is happening each week (including trips and parties) please read the current newsletter and timetable.

Once you are on our mailing list, a copy of each will be sent to you before the start of each term in March, July and December.

There is a play & support session every Tuesday and Friday during term time from 10:30am - 12:30pm Booking is required. Please call Natalie on 07914 311298.


Our sessions are held at:
Windmill Children’s Centre,
135 Windmill Lane
Greenford, Middlesex
UB6 9DZ

Please go to our CONTACT US page for a map


PESTS Play Session - Fri 20th April

a Visit from Ealing Neighbourhood transport police who came to talk to parents and carers about hate crime and disability. They spent a fun two hours taking part in activities with the children and giving advice about what to do if parents witness or are involved in a crime whilst using public transport. It was very informative and the children had lots of fun too!