Personal Issues

We offer independent advice & support on personal issues.

We offer independent advice & support on:

Email us at outlining your situation.
We're a small team & treat everything in confidence.
We offer virtual or in-person meetings Monday-Friday (10:00-16:00).


We also provide free condoms, pregnancy tests & emergency menstrual products. 

We welcome all students to access our free condoms, pregnancy tests, or emergency menstrual products on an ad hoc basis between Monday-Friday 10:00-16:00.

If you regularly collect products, we may signpost you to services offering more appropriate, longer-term support (e.g. the C-Card condom scheme).

The door to our office is marked 'Advice & Support / Peer Support' on the second floor of the Students' Union building (come up the main staircase & turn right). Please email if you need support accessing our office.

For expert advice on sexual health or contraception,
speak to your GP or the Riverside Clinic in town.


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