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St. Wilfrid’s Place | First Year Anniversary Celebration. In Discussion with BBC's Paulette Edwards Accommodating Change: bringing fresh thinking to tackling homelessness

  • St Wilfrid's Centre 524 Queens Road Sheffield, England, S2 4DT United Kingdom (map)

St Wilfrid’s Place - First Year Anniversary Celebration. In discussion with BBC’s Paulette Edwards. Accommodating Change: bringing fresh thinking to tackling homelessness

To mark the occasion of the First Anniversary of St Wilfrid's Place, our £2 million residential unit, we are hosting a public event to provide an information platform to help people understand and learn more about what charities and UK organisations are doing to provide housing solutions for homeless and vulnerable adults.

Hosted by BBC radio’s Paulette Edwards, over the course of the evening we will learn more about how four organisations provide alternative housing solutions.

The event aims to provide a friendly non-political platform for discussion and learning new points of view. We would love you to join us.

Please pre-book your Complimentary ticket.

Please note places are limited so we advise you to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

Event Host: Paulette Edwards   
Paulette Edwards is a mid-morning radio presenter on BBC Radio Sheffield. Paulette began her career as a teacher at Jordanthorpe School before starting work at Radio Sheffield in 2000.

Discussion Panel
James Hartley, Chief Executive, LATCH (Leeds Action to Create Homes)
Louise Winterburn, Head of Programme (Homelessness), World Habitat
Amy Varle, Founder, Social Property Investment
Jon Johnson, CEO, REACH Homes

 This event is kindly sponsored by leading architect firm  Norton Mayfield Architects.

This event is kindly sponsored by leading architect firm Norton Mayfield Architects.