Build Your Own Future

Roundabout is looking for young people to join its innovative Future Builders programme to gain property renovation skills, paid work placements and secure a place to live in a shared house they have transformed into liveable accommodation. Funded by Ovo Foundation, the programme will begin in November with 12 young trainees working on three neglected […]

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Join Shaun Doane & Sleep Out

Local legend, Shaun Doane, will be swapping his bed for a sleeping bag when he sleeps on the floor of a cold warehouse on Friday 24 November to raise money for vulnerable young people in Sheffield. We’re excited to announce that the Everly Pregnant Brothers frontman will be raising funds and awareness for Roundabout at […]

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Celebrating 40 Years

On Thursday 19th October, Roundabout celebrated its 40th birthday with an event at the Winter Garden in Sheffield, attended by over 100 guests! Hosted by Paulette Edwards of BBC Radio Sheffield, the friends of Roundabout listened to a number of inspiring speeches, including Ben Keegan (Roundabout’s CEO) and the personal stories of a number of […]

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DBL sign up for Sleep Out

DBL Logisitics, a leading Sheffield logistics firm, is a long term supporter of our charity. They have just become the first business to sign up to take part in our annual Sleep Out! David Clarkson, the company’s Managing Director, has just signed up to take part in our upcoming Sleep Out – and not for […]

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Sleep Out to End Youth Homelessness

Brave a cold winter night by swapping your bed for a sleeping bag and help raise money to support young homeless people in Sheffield!   We’re appealing to the public and businesses in Sheffield to grab a sleeping bag and help raise thousands of pounds for vulnerable young people in our city. This year, it […]

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Tramlines donates free tickets to Roundabout

Some of the young people helped by Roundabout have been given the chance to attend Sheffield’s biggest annual music festival, courtesy of Tramlines and local ticketing company Tickets For Good.

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