Nightline Awareness Week


This week is Nightline Awareness Week (14 – 19 November). This is a national event run by all Nightline groups across the UK, to help raise awareness of the work they do around student mental health.

It’s now well into the first semester and work will be piling up for everyone across the university. This can be a stressful time for students and it’s these tough times where Nightline is here to help you through. Whether deadlines are getting to you, you’re having problems with flatmates, or are just feeling down, Nightline are here to listen.

If you have any problems – this week or otherwise – feel free to call the Nightline team on Tel: +44(0)23 8059 5236 or talk online using our instant messenger app’.

The team are here for you every night in term time between 20:00 – 08:00.

We will be on the concourse in building 42 on Highfield campus from 10:00 – 16:00 on Saturday 19 November, so come along and say hello if you’re around.

Disruption on Monday 2nd November

Due to maintenance work on the university telephony network taking place in the evening on Monday 2nd November, we will be running a reduced service that night.

We will run the online chat service from 8pm-1am as usual, however at the start of the evening our phone will be offline and so unable to take calls.  We will open it as soon as we can, but this may not be until around 9pm.  We will post a message on Facebook and Twitter once the phone line is open.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.