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Aylesbury's Street Angels, part of the ecumenical Town Centre Chaplaincy, are looking for more volunteers so that they can be out in the town centre on more nights. Part of a growing national network, they work with the police, emergency services, clubs, pubs and local businesses and help make our town centre safer and better for revellers and residents alike. For our recent book review on Street Angels, click here.
Apart from volunteering, to find out the many ways in which you can help, click here.

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