Bridlington Street Angels are looking for volunteers.
The Street Angels are a voluntary organisation that aims to keep people on nights out safe in the town centre and on the sea front.
They offer a variety of help, including first aid, blankets to keep people warm and even spare flip flops if people get fed up of their high heels.
Peter Wilson helped to set up the Bridlington Street Angels ten years ago after being involved with something similar in the Midlands.
"Every single night is different and that's the beauty of it. Even if you're feeling tired thinking that you have to go out at around 10.00pm and may well be out until 3.00am, you get that kick because it is different.
It's that enjoyment of just helping people and being there for them.
Places in Bridlington are safer, the local police tell us that since the street angels have been operating here, the town has become safer at night.
You hear the same story up and down the coast and in towns and cities across the country."
You can listen to more of what Peter had to say about the street angels here:
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