Nottingham Street Pastors Return to the City

We are delighted to once again be supporting Nottingham Street Pastors who are now back providing on-street support to visitors to the city on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm to 3am.

Nottingham BID has been supporting the Street Pastors for a number of years now as part of its activities to ensure a safer late night economy in the city centre.

“Levy payers that operate in the night time economy, really value the work of the Street Pastors,” said Lucy Stanford of Nottingham BID. “They help to look after vulnerable people who are enjoying a night out in the city centre. This helps to take the pressure off the police and the medical services, who can devote their time and resources to more serious incidents.”

The safe places will still be Malt Cross on St James's Street and McDonald’s on Clumber Street.

 

Find out more about the Street Pastors here: https://streetpastors.org/locations/nottingham/

 

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