Our teams were out and about on extra patrols for World Cup matches (some of the nights spent inside pubs watching the match [Oldham]!), in Windsor around Ascot, around Wimbledon tennis through 'Love All Serve All' and at the Commonwealth Games torch relay in Dundee. Teams in Yorkshire will be offering extra patrols around the Tour de France events the first weekend in July. Thanks to all those who volunteer to ensure others and communities stay safer - you are amazing!
Paul met with the National Community Life Coordinator of Asda supermarkets who are keen to support the work of local projects and other community groups - see here for more details.
Thanks to those individuals and projects who have responded to our financial needs. We've been so successful we now need to raise our game on the finance side to press forward for the next phase of our growth. If everyone on our emailing list and social media signed up to give £2 a month it would cover all our current monthly expenditure - please see this page to sign up. Alcohol related crime and A&E admissions are reducing year on year - evidence that the work of CNI Network and our local projects work and has significant, measurable, international impact.
The closing date for Festival Angels at Leeds Festival is 31st July - see www.leedsfestivalangels.org.uk for information and to sign up.
Paul made contact with Respect Yourself which sends a daily message to support young people to help them make better decisions now you're happy with later. Do follow them on Twitter - @RespectYourself and re-tweet and visit the website - respectyourself.org.uk . Paul also met with Taniua Vaughan founder of Let's Talk About Sex and Relationships which is a study book aimed at encouraging women to look at sex and relationships - find out more on Facebook or website.
Lambeth Palace Afternoon Tea and launch of 2015:10, Monday 20th October 2014 - see here for details and to book. CNI Network National Conference 2015, Friday 23rd - Sunday 25th October 2015 - see here for details and to book.
Great to hear about a church in Uberlandia, Brasil who set up Street Angels to help those out and about during Carnival!
Well done to Stockton Town Pastors who have received the Catalyst Achievement Awards Community Group of the Year - see here for a report on the awards ceremony.
Well done to Oldham Street Angels who won a competition on Twitter's Oldham Hour to have a cake made - looks too good to eat! The cake had a tour of Oldham's nightlife including tram stops, taxi ranks, food places, the streets, pubs and clubs!
From the CNI Network Blog:
Trends in alcohol - A compilation of data from across the UK
Scottish Christian Broadcast features work in Dundee
'Street Angels' supporting police at Royal Ascot / Angels at Ascot
Report on Paul's talk to Mothers' Union Summer Celebration
MP joins first Goole Street Angels shift
Tamworth's Street Angels hoping for new members in time for the World Cup
Tamworth Street Angels in Tamworth Herald
West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner visits Calderdale
Enjoy The Match campaign launch - ITV News
Wash My Pink Jumper feature in The Sun
24-7 Ibiza feature in Ibiza Sun
Good samaritans helping holidaying youngsters
Visit to South Coast projects
Trevor Bendrien reports from his visit to Ipswich Town Pastors
Beyond Barriers Conference
Some of our month as told on Twitter!
Street angels gave me some water tonight. That I am grateful for.
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