Ask for Angela - support for those at risk in licensed venues

Many town centre pubs and bars in South Oxfordshire are signed up to 'Ask for Angela' a scheme designed to help those at risk of abuse in licensed premises.

If you feel uncomfortable in an 'Ask for Angela' venue you can go to the bar and ask: “Is Angela in?”.  Staff will then offer you discrete help, such as keeping an eye on you, calling a friend, relative, taxi, or the police - or simply help you to leave the building via alternative exit.

Participating venues can be recognised by a blue sticker in their window and posters displayed in bar and toilet areas. 

Beneath is a list of all the venues signed up to the scheme in the South Oxfordshire area.

Didcot

Broadways, Coronet Bingo, Fleur De Lys, GWRSA, Ladygrove, Malborough Club, Prince of Wales, Queens Arms, Royal Oak, Station Garden, The Mulberry and Wheatsheaf.

Henley

Angel on the Bridge, Café Rouge, Giggling Squid, Old Bell, Station House, The Argyll, The Bull, The Catherine Wheel, The Coppa Club, The Square and The Three Tuns. 

Thame

Birdcage Inn, Black Horse, Falcon, Old Nags Head, Rising Sun, Six Bells, Thame Snooker Club, The James Figg, The Spread Eagle Hotel, The Swan Hotel and The Thatch.

Wallingford

The Bell (Hungry Horse), The Boat House, The Coach and Horses, The Coachmakers Arms Tavern, The Crown inn, The Dolphin, The George Hotel, The Green Tree, The Keep Wine Bar & Ale House, The Old Post Office, The Queen's Head, Town Arms and Wallingford Sports Park. 

Last reviewed: 02 - 11 - 2018

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