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Read on for all of the details and how to express an interest in keeping women safe after a night out in Camden

– What will the volunteers be doing? Engaging with people using the Hub (training will be provided), making warm drinks, handing out water, leaflets, direction people and so on.

– Why is it important and/or what is the impact of the volunteering? This is important to help encourage people to want to do it The Hub is part of the women’s safety project which has been developed as a result of the tragic events surrounding Sarah Everard. The aim for Camden is to create an inclusive safe space for women and others who find themselves in a vulnerable situation withing the evening and night time economy.  

– How long are they needed and what times? (e.g. how long is a shift) Friday and Saturday 19:00 until Midnight ( the aim is eventually to extend this until 02:00 but that will be in the new year).

– Where is it located? Labtech Office, Hawley Wharf, Dockray Place. This is a fixed building which is secure and will have CCTV and security as well as being supported by Police colleagues.

– Will there be support/others doing it too? Will this staff be able to brief volunteers? Is there an induction needed before they attend? Yes, we will have a member of Camden Staff who will brief everyone beforehand and be there during the shift to manage the same and support the volunteers. Training will be provided beforehand.

– Are there refreshments/toilets etc.? Yes, hot drinks, water and light snacks will be provided. Toilet facilities are available and Labtech have offered an upstairs area away from the Hub for staff to have breaks.

To express an interest in this role or to find more about this role contact: 

Phillip Vaughan  
Community Response Programme Lead Service Provision Supporting People
London Borough of Camden


Telephone:    020 7974 2808

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