The Six Zero Experiment 2023
60 days to address and change your relationship with alcohol and/or drugs, starting on January 4th!
NTIA Announces Partnership with “help me Angela” Personal Safety App to Safeguard Staff Travelling Home from Work
Following recent campaigns looking at the safety of the workforce at night, the Night Time Industries Association has partnered with “help Me Angela” App which is a unique personal safety app that helps safeguard staff when travelling home from work at night.
NTIA & AFEM Say New Report Shows Government Underestimates True Value of Club Culture in the UK
With recent reports stating that 1 in 3 Nightclubs are at risk of closing in the coming months, the NTIA and AFEM are concerned that the UK faces losing the world-renowned club network, the breeding ground for the artists, DJs, and entrepreneurs which shape this amazing movement.
Ask For Clive - #OursToo Campaign
Everybody is Welcome! Check out the #Ourstoo campaign message below
NTIA Responds to Announcement of Rail Strikes through December and January
The announcement today of further strike action during the festive period will be catastrophic, and will inevitably have a knock on effect on service either side of the key holiday period...
NTIA Comments on the Energy Bill Relief Scheme for Businesses Announced by Government Today
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Together We Can Stop Drink Spiking
What is drink spiking? What are the symptoms? What to do if you suspect you have been spiked? Learn about drink spiking using the link below.
NTIA Concerned As New Figures from CGA Show 1 in 5 Nightclubs Lost in the last 3 years
Recent figures released by NTIA through CGA have shown the huge impact on nightclubs across the UK over the last 3 years, with only 1130 nightclubs left across the UK, which is down substantially since the pandemic and subject to further change in the current economic climate.
Supported by a cross-country network of DJs, artists, venues, promoters and industry figureheads, it raises awareness of electronic music culture, while also providing a supportive, inclusive and representative ecosystem for everyone who lives, works and plays within the industry.
In the post-Covid world, it’s more important than ever to ensure that electronic music and its myriad subcultures are recognised as art forms in their own right, each with boundless socioeconomic benefits.
Join with us in enhancing the scene’s status, and in the creation and protection of diverse festivals, events, and after-dark landscapes – so vital to thriving, vibrant cities across the world.
We are totally funded by venues and people: without your support we can’t continue the fight for Britain’s nightlife. Please considering donating between £1 – £50 to keep the campaign going.
THE IMPORTANCE OF DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND MENTAL HEALTH
At Savenightlife CIC, we support the individuals and businesses that make up the nightlife industries, a role that’s been pushed to the fore in 2020 as Covid-19 has ripped through the core of the scene.