The Big Yellow Bus Project – Making Change Possible

The team!

The Big Yellow Bus Project began with a “Double decker Yellow Bus” to accommodate the homeless of Cirencester Christmas Eve 2018. 

We opened our “Charity Shop” Located in Cirencester Woolmarket. 2019.

The money raised from our shop helps to fund the The Project, allowing us to continue to help those who need our support.

Volunteers are always welcome to join our team. 

Unfortunately we had to close the doors to our beloved Bus due to the Pandemic in 2020.

In January 2021 we were able to offer temporary shelter. 

To continue to bridge the gap between homelessness and the council. 

In 2022 we were proud to announce the launch of our new look logo and website.

Our project continues to help those who are homeless or potentially homeless, and to provide help and support to all members of the community. 

Our new logo incorporates our expanding services, as well as continuing to acknowledge the name that we all know and respect.

We are now delighted to announce that in Spring 2023 we will be launching a new 

“Support Centre” located in Cirencester’s Market Place, to provide a space where one-to-one therapy, support groups and other services can be offered. This will also include referring for additional support.

What we are going to achieve is a comprehensive service which will help not only those who potentially will be made homeless due to money or other factors by continuing to bridge the gap, but to tackle isolation, mental health and many other issues that affect those in our community who need our help. 

In order for us to start planning the launch of our services, and prioritise those in highest demand, please register your interest on our website registration form.


We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support to The Big Yellow Bus Project.

To keep up to date with what´s going on in town, feel free to join our Facebook group by clicking here

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