Nightline is a confidential and impartial listening and information service run for students by students – We are here for YOU!
Norwich Nightline is now closed until the new academic year. We will reopen on Saturday 23rd September at 8pm.
If you need to talk to someone over our summer break you might consider calling the Samaritans listening service. Their free number is 116 123 with more details here http://www.samaritans.org/how-we-can-help-you/contact-us
We hope you all have a good summer and look forward to getting back to listening once again, opening every night of term from 8pm to 8am.
Whatever is on your mind, you can talk to Nightline. Even if you don’t feel like what is happening to you is serious or important, Nightline would still like to hear from you. If it’s on your mind, it’s worth talking about. We can also provide you with information about the University and Norwich – anything from pizza or taxi numbers, to who to contact if you have a problem with your course or in your halls. Nightline also provides free contraception and chlamydia screening kits, including many varieties (and flavours!) of condoms, as well as femidoms, dams and others; although please note that we can only provide condoms to c-card holders.
Nightliners between 8pm and 8am every night during term time, or you can email us anytime. You can choose the way to contact us:
Chat to us: You can contact us by phone, text or skype:
- Calls: 01603 597158
- Texts: 07794924366
- Skype: norwichnightline
Email us: Our anonymous email system keeps your name and email address hidden (unless you put it in the body of the email). Just send it the usual way to firstname.lastname@example.org and we strive to respond to replies within 48 hours term time (normally we respond much quicker).
Instant Message: Our online listening service uses a completely secure and confidential ‘web chat’ system, which means you can talk to us online in real time, much like Facebook or Google Chat, except your details are never disclosed to us at any stage. Only you and the Nightliner/s can see what you are typing and we do not save the conversations. Typically, more than one nightliner contributes to an online chat.