Afternoon Tea in aid of Safer

The Friends of Safer, with the fantastic support of Les Cotils, are hosting a Champagne afternoon tea to help children and adults who are victims of domestic abuse. All the money raised will go to help victims in the Bailiwick.

This will be an opportunity to meet old friends and make some new ones over a glass of bubbles or a cuppa. There will be local craft stalls to help you get your Christmas shopping underway as well as a raffle with lots of fabulous prizes! You will be greeted on arrival with either a glass of Champagne or a glass of orange juice to get the party going while you visit the craft stalls.

Harry Potter Party – Cancelled

Unfortunately we did not have enough people registered for this event to make it worthwhile holding. If you have paid for the event and not yet recieved your refund please contact Sue at . Sorry about the disappointment.

Volunteers Needed

Our fundraising arm, Friends of Safer, is currently looking for a new co-ordinator to oversee fundraising events and also someone to take on the secretarial support for the Friends. If you think you could be this person or you wish to become a Friend and get involved please contact our Senior Manager, Carol Le Page, on 07839 100151.

We are also always looking for willing volunteers to assist with our frontline services. If you feel you could assist or to find out more about our work and how you could get involved please get in touch by calling 721999 or emailing

Safer’s First Easter Egg Hunt

What?: Safer’s First Easter Egg Hunt

Hippity hop to the Friends of Safer’s first Easter Egg Hunt hosted in the grounds of Government House with kind permission from His Excellency Sir Ian Corder and Safer’s Patron Lady Corder.

The fun starts at 11am on Sunday 2nd April but as there are limited spaces get your tickets early to avoid disappointment!

Parking is available at Government House.

There will be refreshments, face painting, glitter tattoos, Easter Bunny and of course the egg hunt!

All funds will be going to the Friends of Safer,