Rotherham charity’s new place of peace

A unique partnership between Rotherham Council and construction companies, Fortem and Mears, has played a key role in creating a new home for homelessness charity, Shiloh.

An official opening ceremony recently took place at the old Weighbridge building on Station Road, with Rotherham’s Mayor Cllr Eve Rose Keenan also unveiling a special plaque commemorating Shiloh’s 25 years serving the local community.

Moving from Sheffield Road to the council’s former weighbridge at Masbrough, the facility will provide support to vulnerable people who are going through a difficult period in their lives, including homelessness, by providing them with the life skills needed to get back on their feet.

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