Buskers, local bands and performers record and release fund raising album to promote awareness of homelessness and social exclusion.

On the 2nd November 2009, the Roundabouts Trust UK presents an evening of live acoustic entertainment to promote the launch of No Fixed Abode an album of original tracks from local artists, many of whom have firsthand experience of homelessness and social exclusion. This is the first in a series of events to promote the album and raise funds not only for The Roundabouts Trust UK, but for many other local organisations. This event will be raising funds for The Derbyshire Childrens Holiday Centre.

Last year the Roundabouts Trust UK with the help of The University of Derby held recording sessions for local bands and artists to record original material for the album to raise awareness of issues surrounding homelessness and social exclusion. Funds from sales of the album will be put back into projects run by the Roundabouts Trust UK. The Album can be purchased from The Music Man, Green Lane, Derby and The Resource Centre on Gower St, Derby. 
[Other points of sale are to be confirmed.]

Confirmed Guests of Honour are The Mayor of Derby, Cllr Sean Marshall; Mr Bill Tomlinson Chair of Derbyshire Childrens Holiday Centre & Mrs England 2009 Hannah McCuaig.

The event will take place at Wok 1 Chinese Restaurant on Woods Lane and begin at 7pm.Tickets for the events are on sale now at 14 with all profits from ticket sales going to the Derbyshire Childrens Holiday Centre. To purchase tickets contact The Derby Homes Resource Centre, ground floor, St. Peters House, Gower St, Derby DE1 1SB 01332 256 813

If you would like more information on this or any of the other projects run by The Roundabouts Trust UK please contact: alternatively Contact: Nathan Lathwood M: 07969 594545 or
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Micheal Goodison M: 07964 240398 or E Mail: