Regulars to sleep at pub to raise cash for Sheffield charity

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Regulars are having a sleepover at a Dronfield pub to raise cash for charity.

The Coach and Horses is putting on live music, holding a raffle and an auction and then inviting customers to sleep at the pub to raise funds for Roundabout - a charity for homeless young people in Sheffield.

Roundabout supports 150 homeless young people across Sheffield every day and has the only emergency hostel in the city for young homeless people aged 16 to 21.

The charity event on Sunday, May 3 starts at 8pm.

Licensee James Broad said: “The idea came about around Christmas when some regulars were struggling to get taxis home and I joked we could have a sleepover.

“We just took it from there, deciding to create a bit of an event around it.”