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LISTEN: BBC Radio Wales - From Syria to Narberth

Eye on Wales follows the story of Croeso ‘Arberth – or Narberth Welcome - a community group set up to receive a Syrian refugee family from a camp in the Middle East.


The second such group in Wales to get to the go-ahead from the Home Office, its members have donated time, skills, money and even a house to help an exiled Syrian family resettle in the UK.

But, just how much work does it take for this group of retirees, part and full-time workers to come together and take responsibility for a family?

Presenter Sarah Moore gets rare access from the Home Office to accompany the group as they finally meet their family at Birmingham airport. Listen here (first aired 23rd July 2017)

Posted on 7 May, 2021