Creating opportunities with young people, children and families in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

Aspire volunteers 'worth their weight in gold'

Many young people who were part of Aspire, Romsey Mill’s work with autistic children and young people, now volunteer to help at Aspire’s weekly clubs.


Author: Neil Thompson

Cara Coffee volunteer Hannah

Hannah is one of the volunteers of Cara Coffee in Great Shelford, the social enterprise that Romsey Mill has in partnership with Great Shelford Free Church.


Author: Neil Thompson

Our Impact

Though our youth development work, Romsey Mill is helping to transform young lives


young people regularly engaged with Romsey Mill, last year


 of young people expressed an improvement in  their wellbeing


hours of face to face work by our youth workers, last year

Taz's story

Taz is a young woman from north Cambridge, who has been part of Romsey Mill's music programme for several years.


Author: Neil Thompson

Latest news

  • Michael's marathon achievement

    Long-time Romsey Mill supporter, Michael Sanders took part in this year’s London Marathon, his first ever run over that distance; and chose to raise funds for Romsey Mill. Read more

  • A night to remember

    Local band The Archive hosted a concert in Cambridge in April to help raise funds for Aspire, Romsey Mill's work with autistic children and young people. Read more

  • Y3P Challenge Success

    Trekkers taking on the Yorkshire Three Peaks challenge to raise funds for Romsey Mill returned having triumphed on - and off - the hill. Read more

Latest events

  • Bridge the Gap 2024

    The annual Bridge the Gap charity walk will be taking place on Sunday 15th September 2024. Read more