Scunthorpe street pastors urge revellers to take care how much they drink
SCUNTHORPE Street Pastors have urged revellers to avoid buying drinks for others in rounds of drinks to help stay safe when partying over the festive season.
The group patrols Scunthorpe town centre at weekends, helping people into taxis, offering water and first aid and handing out flip-flops.
It has released a checklist of ways to stay safe on a night out. They include:
Decide on a drink limit and stick to it. Avoid so-called shouts or drinking games.
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Before you go out, save the names and numbers of people who can be contacted if you become unwell in your phone under ICE (in case of emergency).
Keep your phone with you at all times.
Plan how to get home.
If you are staying with a friend, make sure you have their phone number and address with you.
Take ID and do not let it out of your sight.
Stay together in a group and look after each other.
Do not get into a verbal argument if someone aggressively confronts you.
If you get into difficulties, ask for help.