Tag Archives : Syrian Refugees


Council and voluntary sector working together to support refugees

Plymouth City Council will be working together with a consortium of local agencies to support Syrian refugees settling into the community. The consortium, led by Path (Plymouth Access To Housing) will deliver help and assistance to Syrian refugee families that have recently arrived in the UK as part of a Government scheme to resettle displaced […]


Plymouth to provide sanctuary for Syrian refugee families

Following the successful relocation of three Syrian families, Plymouth has agreed to provide sanctuary to some Syrian refugee families fleeing the conflict. Since the civil war in Syria started in 2011, 12 million Syrians have fled their homes and it is estimated 470,000 people have been killed. Plymouth City Council has agreed to provide a […]


Two Syrian Refugee families to start new lives in Plymouth

Two Syrian Refugee families will start their new lives in Plymouth today (Tuesday 15 December) as part of a national scheme led by the Home Office, to provide sanctuary to those fleeing conflict. The families are being accommodated in private sector housing.  We are not providing any further details on the families and their location, […]


Plymouth to welcome its first Syrian Refugee families

Plymouth is gearing up to welcome its first Syrian Refugee families as part of a national scheme to provide sanctuary to those fleeing conflict. The Government announced in September that the UK would provide sanctuary to 20,000 Syrian Refugees over the next five years, and has confirmed a target of up to 1,000 refugees will […]