Volunteer with the Halifax Street Angels


Want to become a Street Angel and help make Halifax and Sowerby Bridge a better and safer place to have a night out? Or maybe you just want to help out behind the scenes?

Why volunteer

  • Full basic first aid training provided
  • Enjoy various social activities with a close knit team
  • make an immediate difference to the safety and well-being of the public
  • be part of a positive difference for the people of Halifax and Sowerby Bridge

If you are interested in volunteering with the Halifax Street Angels visit halifaxstreetangels.org.uk/volunteers and fill in the application form.

Please note:

Filling in the form only indicates your interest. Upon submitting the form you will be contacted by a member of the Street Angels team to discuss it further.

All volunteers will be required to provide at least two references and will be subject to a DBS check before being allowed to join.

More detailed information is in the FAQ section under the title Volunteer Information, here.

Bus with a difference provides unique place of safety for Halifax party-goers

A different kind of bus can be seen in Halifax Town Centre on Saturday nights throughout December offering shelter and support to party-goers and revellers who may be feeling the effects of an evening drinking.

Donated by BusOasis via the Calderdale Methodist Circuit, the vehicle is stocked with bottled water, flip flops and spikeys; Parked up on George Street, the bus is also kitted out with mobile phone charging points and hot drink facilities.

Volunteers offer advice, guidance and support to users, and can help them to get home safely by referring them to licensed taxi’s home, or by making sure they are safely inside one of the nightclubs or bars, and not left wandering around vulnerable in the town centre.

BusOasis Lead Worker Sharon Lawrance said;

“Busoasis has worked successfully with police in Halifax town centre over the last 18 months tackling ASB in and around the bus station area. We are very much looking forward to extending that work with them and the Street Angels to provide a safe refuge for party goers leading up to Christmas.”

The bus will be parked up in George Street between 8pm and midnight again this Saturday 19 Decemberread the full story here…

Charity Spanish Night at The Raggalds

Enjoy yourself at the Charity Spanish Night with flamenco, food and fun as well as stalls and an auction to raise money for Street Angels Magaluf and CNI Network.

On Friday 9 October 2015 – From 7pm to 10pm
At The Raggalds, Brighouse and Denholme Road, Queensbury, BD13 1NA

The cost is just £10 per person and you can get your tickets from jean@cninetwork.org.uk or visit www.sa-cni.org.uk/spanishnight for further information.

First Aid Training with the Halifax Street Angels

streetangelsSince 2005 Volunteers of Halifax Street Angels have gone out onto the street on Friday and Saturday evenings to help, care and support anyone who may have become vulnerable and in need and a large part of this care has been first aid.

Street Angels First Aid is a project by Halifax Street Angels which aims to provide low cost but high quality first aid training to businesses, charities and organisations locally and nationally.

There are 3 training sessions on offer which are:

  • 1 day emergency first aid – All the basics you need to know to be a confident and competent first aider – £25 per person
  • 3 day first aid at work – Takes a much more in depth look at first aid, beyond the basics – £75 per person
  • First aid for a safer night out – Aimed at young people between the age of 16 to 24, these sessions aim to educate young people about personal safety.

For further information on the above courses please visit www.streetangelsfirstaid.co.uk or call Ellis King – Manager and First Aid Trainer on 07518 786 000