Aylesbury bars and the local police often get a helping hand on Saturday nights, and this time of year is no different.
The Street Angels are a group of people from local churches who work as part of the Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership, giving advice and making sure people get home safely.
Mark Knight is from the town centre chaplaincy:
"People really get that we're just there to help.
"We've had training to try and diffuse situations before they turn nasty, so we will try and distract people when they're squaring up for a fight. We just try and bring a bit of fun to the street."
The group works alongside Thames Valley Police as part of the Town Centre Partnership, and Mark says the relationship works well:
"I myself go to the town centre partnership meetings, I go to Pub Watch and I go to the night time economy meetings, to get a better feeling of what the town's all about and how it's run, what would be really helpful, and that relationship's working really well."
Town Centre Manager, Diana Fawcett, said:
"We all work in collaboration to make sure every area is covered.
"The Street Angels come in on our busiest nights from 11 until 4 and help our most vulnerable visitors, either to get home safely or to sober up slightly."
They're out tonight, as well as two teams around on New Year's Eve and they wear the jackets shown in the photo.