Street Pastors is a multi-church response to urban problems; over 80 volunteers representing 24 city churches go out onto the Streets of Nottingham on a Friday and Saturday between the hours of 10pm to 3am
What do Street Pastors do?
We care for, love, support, protect, listen to and encourage vulnerable people using the city for pleasure. Whether it be an intoxicated young person who needs to be helped home, talking down a fight, giving first aid or just listening to someone who is lost and burdened - we are there to help.
Did you know that it costs the NHS about £2,000 to treat someone's feet when they have been cut by glass? Street Pastors provides flip flops to protect those out and about and save the city money. We also give away bottled water and lollipops just because we care and drinking water throughout the night will help keep you hydrated and prevent those killer hangovers.
Want to find out more?If you are interested in finding out more about the scheme, registering a interest in volunteering our arranging a talk for a group of your choice regarding the work Street Pastors do please get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
“Beautiful building and good variety of drinks”
“A really nice place to have a drink, as the interior and architecture of the building is lovely. The drinks are a decent price and there is often something happening here such as live music, exhibitions etc so it's always nice to come and see what's on.”
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The Malt Cross
16 St James's St
Nottingham NG1 6FG
Tel: 0115 941 1048
Open Daily 9am - late