Staying Safe

Safe Spaces on Guildhall Walk

Nights out with friends are often the highlight of memories at university. While you're having fun it's important to stay safe which is why the Safe Space on Guildhall Walk has been created for those who may need help with injuries and health concerns including those associated alcohol and drug use as well as personal safety.

Safe Space is based in the Guildhall Walk Practice and is open all year on Friday and Saturday nights from 10pm to 3am. 

Delivered by the South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS), the initiative provides an all-round health and wellbeing service from on the spot medical assistance to those who need it, to advice on subjects like sexual health, alcohol and drug use, or even personal safety. 

Safe Space also offers a safe place for anyone who is looking for a short respite on a night out and can help individuals contact friends and or family if they have any health or safety concerns. 

If emergency care is required, including a trip to the hospital, members of the SCAS team can provide assistance to these individuals quickly whilst waiting for further support. 

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