Confidential. Anonymous. Supportive. Whatever is on your mind, talk to Nightline.
Nightline is run for students, by students, and you can talk to us about anything you like. Often people feel that what they’re experiencing isn’t serious or important enough to talk to someone about, but Nightline is here for you no matter what is going on. If it’s on your mind, we want to hear about it. We are a confidential and anonymous organisation so whatever you tell us stays within the organisation.
Our volunteers are trained to listen, not to lecture.
We don't give advice, but we are here to help you talk through whatever is on your mind in a non-judgemental setting. You can contact us via our many contact methods, and if you drop in to talk to us, we can also provide you with complimentary tea and biscuits.
We also are able to provide basic signposting to UEA and Norwich services. We are confidential, so you can feel safe sharing things with us. We’ll never ask your name. We’ll never tell you what you should do. We’ll always do our best to help. We’re open 8pm – 8am every night of term.
Some of the addtional services we provide include free condoms, free provision of c-cards, and free pregnancy tests.
We are well established and award winning.
Norwich Nightline is a certified to operate safely and legally in line with the Good Practice Guidelines of the National Nightline Association. We've been around at UEA since 1972 and know what it means to listen, as well of the importance of being listened to.
We have recieved several awards, including:
- Won Peer Support Group of the Year, 2017. (UEASU)
- Won Peer Support Group of the Year, 2018. (UEASU)
- Nominated Most Improved Nightline of the Year, 2018. (Nightline Association)
- Won Best Publicity Event, 2018. (Nightline Association).
- Nominated Nightline of the Year, 2019. (Nightline Association)
Volunteering with us!
Nightline wouldn't run without the students who volunteer with us. If you think you'd be interested in becoming a Nightliner, contact our training officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) who can tell you when our next volunteer intake will be (usually in October and February) and what your next steps need to be. Alternatively you can register interest on our website and will be emailed out our training application when our next recruitment period takes place.
If you need someone to talk to, contact us:
Phone: 01603 597158
IM: Available at: http://norwich.nightline.ac.uk/
Email - email@example.com
Drop-in: We are located in the Student Support Centre. Use the side door at the end of the building and ring the doorbell.
Skype - norwichnightline
Open for contact 8pm - 8am during term time and the exam period.
If you need to make a professional enquiry:
Contact our External Coordinator, Jake Goddard, via: firstname.lastname@example.org
External Co-ordinator - Jake Goddard - email@example.com
Internal Co-ordinators - Dave Litchfield and Kit Turner - firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer - Alice Dean - email@example.com
Technology Officer - Jack Huzzey - firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary - Joanne Bridgeland - email@example.com
Social Secretary - Raj Khandaker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Union Council Rep / Policy - James Fretwell - email@example.com
Fundraising & Publicity Team - Fiona Nugent & Joe O'kelly - firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Coordinator - Charlotte Reynolds - email@example.com
Training Officer - Becca Rowson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Supplementary Training Officer - Tomas Brice - email@example.com
Office Organiser - Naomi Deacon - firstname.lastname@example.org
General Committee - Alex, Eva, Adam and Rosie - email@example.com