Ask For Angela is a sexual violence campaign which aims to help individuals feel safe when they are on a night out.
How does the campaign work?
An individual can get help by asking a member of staff for Angela at the bar if they are feeling uncomfortable on a date or in a dangerous situation. The bar staff can then defuse the situation or arrange a safe way of getting home.
Each pub or bar will display posters in their public toilets so that people are aware that they are supporters of the campaign.
The following locations are supporters of the Ask for Angela campaign:
- The White Hart, Exchange Street
- Bar Fever, Kingsbury
- The Feathers, Kingsbury Court
- Shoot Pool & Snooker, Hale Leys
- The Rockwood, 32 Kingsbury
- Mendoza, 30 High Street
- The Harrow, 4 Cambridge Street
- The Bell Hotel, 40 Market Square
- The Kings Head, Kings Head Passage
- The Queens Head, 1 Temple Street
- Aylesbury Street Angels
- Mirage, 39A Buckingham Street
- The Mitre, 2 Mitre Street
- The Woolpack, Well Street
- The Kings Head, 7 Market Hill
- University of Buckingham, Hunter Street
- Akeley - Bull and Butcher, The Square
- Steeple Claydon - Prince of Wales, 16 Addison Road
How do I become a supporter of Ask For Angela?
Any premise can become a supporter of Ask For Angela- all you need to do is download the poster and staff guidance sheet below. Once you have done this please email Community Safety to inform us that you have done so.
For further information
If you would like any further information about Ask For Angela please call the Buckinghamshire Council Community Safety Team on 01296 585615 or email