04:42AM, Wednesday 27 November 2013
A donation has been made to Windsor Street Angels by the town's pub watch scheme to help fund the service.
Gill Naden, chairman of Windsor Pub Watch and manager of Bar Yello in Goswell Hill, visited the angels at their base at Windsor Baptist Church, in Victoria Street, to hand over £470.
The angels patrol the town centre during the night-time economy hours, handing out bottles of water, flip-flops, lollipops and devices to prevent drink-spiking.
PCSO David Bullock, who formed the group with Churches Together in Windsor, said: "This money will make a big difference to the scheme and allow us to purchase essential supplies that we need.
"The licensees see a great difference when the angels are out on their patrols and it's nice to see that they are supporting the scheme."
The group is also looking for new members so it can increase the number of patrols it does per week, as well as support volunteers who help out with the group but do not go out on patrols.
Contact PCSO Bullock on 07816848231 for details.
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