Event to support Sheffield homeless charity at Sheffield pub

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A Sheffield pub is set to raise cash to support homeless young people across the city with an event in partnership with a local brewery.

The Harlequin, based on Nursery Street, near the city centre, has teamed up with local brewers Exit 33 to raise money for the homelessness charity Roundabout.

A pub quiz will be held at The Harlequin on Thursday, February 26.

There will also be a charity raffle and a sponsored locally brewed cask ale sold with all profits going to Roundabout – email alydon@roundaboutltd.org for tickets priced £5.

Pete Robers, of Exit 33, said: “Once we saw what these guys do we jumped at the chance to help them raise funds. Roundabout provides the environment and life skills to enable the young people to succeed.”