This Army HIVE is open for visitors. An appointment system is in place so before your visit please email or phone the HIVE to book one. Please also ensure that ‘Hands, Face, Space’ is adhered to within the HIVE building and office to protect all visitors and staff. Alternatively our staff are available to answer your queries by email and telephone during the advertised office hours.

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Monday, 30 March 2020

Social Isolation - Domestic Abuse

The threat of COVID19 means that home is the safest place to be right now, however sadly we know this isn’t the case for victims of domestic abuse. Spending a lot of time at home with an abuser makes the risk of violence or abusive behaviour all the more likely. But even in these uncertain times, there is always help for you.

If you’re in immediate danger, always call 999, or visit for 24/7 Live Chat if you need to talk.