Monday to Thursday: 9am – 1pm
(except Bank Holidays)
First Saturday in month: 10am – 2pm
Tel: 01386 83 30 30
(answerphone available out of hours)
Whether you are an experienced Trustee or wanting to take your first step at board level we would really like to hear from you.
We particularly would like to hear from members of the local community who may have experience in financial management or marketing or human resources management.
Roundabout is committed to upholding the principles of the Equality Act 2010 and we welcome applications from individuals who identify as having or belonging to any of the protected characteristics.
As a Roundabout trustee you will receive a comprehensive induction and the opportunity to make strategic decisions, develop new skills and most importantly an opportunity to improve the lives of people in our communities.
Roundabout trustees receive out of pocket expenses, volunteer discount and an invitation to participate in various Roundabout social events throughout the year. The minimum expected time commitment is four quarterly meetings a year’.
For an informal conversation or information on how to apply please request a Roundabout trustee recruitment information pack by contacting the Roundabout Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
**LATEST COVID-19 UPDATE**
WE ARE STILL LOOKING AT THE BEST WAY TO KEEP OUR VOLUNTEERS, STAFF AND CUSTOMERS SAFE SO THE SHOP AND WAREHOUSE WILL REMAIN CLOSED UNTIL MONDAY 6TH JULY. THERE WILL BE NO ACCESS TO BOOKS, DVDS, OR BRIC A BRAC AREAS INITIALLY. THE CONTACT CENTRE WILL OPEN ON WEDNESDAY 1ST JULY WHEN WE WILL BEGIN PROCESSING REQUESTS FOR FURNITURE AND FURNITURE DONATIONS
Roundabout is an Evesham based charity serving the local community. We re-use household furniture and effects by receiving donated items from the public to distribute to those in need. Members of the public are welcome to visit our Warehouse and Shop at Blackminster Business Park. We rely on sales to support our work.
- Supporting individuals and families since 1994
- Redistributing furniture and household goods to those in need
- Minimising waste and encouraging re-use of unwanted household articles
- Removing 1,000s of tonnes of re-useable furniture from the waste system
- Aiding local charities, CAB, Social Services and many others
- Offering volunteering opportunities
Working in partnership with: