Infancy is a critical period during which major developmental transformations occur. Early parenting is one of the strongest influences on infants’ immediate and longer-term outcomes. The transition to parenting can be demanding and stressful for mothers and fathers. This paper reports results from a feasibility study of the Empowering Parents Empowering Communities Baby and Us programme, an 8-week, universal, peer-led parenting programme for new parents living in socially disadvantaged communities. This study is a quasi-experimental, one arm, no control group study, assessing the feasibility and acceptability of Baby and Us. Programme participants (n = 158) completed standardised self-report measures of parent goal attainment, self-efficacy, knowledge about parenting, mental wellbeing, parental confidence, and programme acceptability. We found that recruiting parents from disadvantaged backgrounds was feasible (96% of programmes recruited sufficient parents to proceed, mean = 6.6 parents per programme); parent goals closely matched the aims of the programme; programme completion was high (74%), and self-report measurement completion rates were in line with other large scale community delivered parenting programmes; parents rated the programme as highly satisfactory; and they reported significant improvements in their mental wellbeing, confidence, parenting skills, self-efficacy, and goal attainment. These results provide important data to conduct a full-scale trial of Baby and Us.