Sheffield United sleep-out raises £11,000 for city’s homeless

The money raised from the first ever sponsored sleepout at Bramall Lane has been officially presented to local homeless charities Roundabout and St Wilfrid's Centre.

The money raised from the first ever sponsored sleepout at Bramall Lane has been officially presented to local homeless charities Roundabout and St Wilfrid's Centre.

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The money raised from the first ever sponsored sleep-out at Bramall Lane has been presented to Sheffield homeless charities Roundabout and St Wilfrid’s Centre.

Sheffield United organised the event, which saw more than 150 people - including manager Nigel Clough - spending the night in the stadium. It raised £11,000.91.

Pictured: Kevin Bradley of St.Wilfrid’s, Megan Clarkson of DBL Logistics, SUFC co-chairman Kevin McCabe, Amy Casbolt from Roundabout, SUFC’s Chris Steer and Mal Brannigan.