Windsor Street Angels in the News

The latest news and press articles covering the Windsor Street Angels and our linked charities and causes

 


 Winter 2017 Sorted Magazine

  • November / December 2017

An article by Paul Blakeley MBE in November’s Sorted magazine covers the wide network of Street Angels across the UK and how the Street Angels scope has changed to cover clubs and bars as well as street patrols.

Windsor Street Angels are featured in the printed magazine along with a photo of Angel’s Martin B, Martin S and Kate patrolling Royal Ascot.

You can read the online version of the article here


 

Windsor Eton Express –  Article on homelessness in response to feature by other local press which referred to Windsor homeless as ‘tramps’

  • August 2017

Recent media reports branded those experiencing homelessness in Windsor as ‘tramps’.

But, during an interview given at The Windsor Homeless Project, Martin explained ‘I don’t choose to live like this’ Instead he told the Express: “I don’t ask for money, I just sit there and people say ‘why are you here?’.

You can read the online article here

 


Windsor Eton Express – 2017 Community Day on Bachelor Acre

  • May 2017

Bachelors Acre was transformed into a hub of stalls and live music with residents being given a chance to find out more about the charities and organisations that operate in the town for Windsor’s fourth Community Day

The Windsor Street Angels, Windsor Homeless Project and the Royal Borough’s Community Wardens all attended to tell people more about their work.

You can read the online article here


Windsor Eton Express – Windsor Street Angels celebrates 5 years supporting Windsor’s nightlife

March 2017

In their recognisable royal blue jackets, the Windsor Street Angels have become an integral part of the town’s night-time economy. Five years since starting out, the group is going strong with a steady intake of volunteers ready to do their bit. To celebrate their five year anniversary Tara O’Connor joined us for a night out on patrol as an observer.

You can read the online article here.