Salvation Army members and churchgoers are taking to the streets of Rhyl at night to offer help to revellers.
The so-called Street Angels began operating this month after a pilot scheme last year was considered a success.
They now plan to operate at busy periods throughout next year, and not just this Christmas and New Year.
The volunteers have received basic training from North Wales Police, such as how to calm aggressive behaviour.
They will be on hand mainly to give practical help and support, such as giving out water, food and even shoes, as well as providing emotional support.Continue Reading on www.bbc.co.uk