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Mount Snowdon Challenge

On Saturday 19th September Deputy Head of NCC Councillor Joyce Bosnjak, one of our Trustees along with a group of staff, volunteers and friends of the charity will embark on a 6 hour walk to the summit of Mount Snowdon using the Llanberis Path

The Llanberis Path 

Originally, tourists were carried up this path on ponies and mules, to […]

Spring Ball 2016

The peaceful Trust are proud to announce that we will be holding our first charity ball on Friday April 22nd 2016. We have chosen the stunning location of Colwick Hall in Nottingham.

Further information to follow.









Mwape Project

Mwape is a town 450km from Lusaka the main city of Zambia.

The Peaceful (uhuru) Trust has tried to help the locals in the remote area of Mwape by digging around 9 boreholes in the area. This has made it very convenient for the community because they now have access to clean water to fulfil their […]

Chad Pride Awards 2015

We were immensely proud to be asked to sponsor the Emergency Services Award again this year.

Chad editor Phil Bramley said: “There are many reasons to be proud of our area, but the main one is the incredible people who live and work here to make it such a fantastic community.

“These awards are perhaps the most […]

New Mansfield Woodhouse Shop

Our Mansfield Woodhouse shop has moved location from Station Street to the High Street.

The Peaceful (uhuru) Trust works with the Mansfield Woodhouse Youth Project and The Mansfield Woodhouse Development Group, we feel that we are now in a more central location to gain support for the Charity and its projects not only in this location […]

Winter Warmer

The Peaceful (Uhuru) Trust has teamed up with Nottinghamshire County Council and Mansfield District Council to provide free winter parcels to give to elderly residents of Mansfield Woodhouse.
Cllr Bosnjak commented ‘It is vitally important that the most vulnerable members of our community are kept warm during the cold winter months. The initiative from The Peaceful […]

£13.000 Donation to NPAC

We dropped down to the NPAC (National Police Aid Convoy) warehouse to give them £13,000 to cover the cost of shipping for 3 containers of much needed items bound for various destinations in Africa.

The NPAC work tirelessly to improve the lives of so many, we are very proud to be able to support them in […]

Official opening in Sutton-In-Ashfield

The Chairman of Ashfield District Council, accepted our invitation to open a new charity shop on Outram Street. The shop is located in the centre of town and is open 7 days a week. As well as raising funds for the charity we are hoping it will serve the local community by selling affordable items.

We […]

Chad Pride Awards

Uhuru was proud to yet again sponsor the Emergency Services Award. Charlene Burton-Betts (Trustee) presented the award to the East Midland Ambulance Service.



This is hopefully the first event of many that Uhuru Peaceful Trust will be involved in. The Trust has participated in all aspects from planning to setting up and donating the gifts for Santas grotto . We would like to congratulate MWCDG on hosting such a wonderful community inspired event.


The day was a great sucess […]