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A Look Back at 2017

2017 has seen CARAS hold 10 different regular groups and activities for more than 500 refugees and asylum seekers. We spent an incredible 28,000 hours together, at ESOL, Visiting Project, Study Group, Women’s Drop-in, Thursday and Saturday Youth clubs, [...]

My favourite time at CARAS…

English is the thing people most often ask for help with. Language is an important first step to feeling like you are part of the local community and that you can look after yourself, and your family, within that [...]

What’s happening in May at CARAS?

Now feels like a good time to take stock of all the opportunities that have come our way in the first quarter of the year (but, really, how can we already be in May?!).   We have been incredibly [...]

Meet our volunteers: Helen

 Helen Thompson, Youth Case Worker   I’ve been volunteering with CARAS since September 2016. I work in international development, and did a posting in Afghanistan and a stint working on the Syria refugee crisis. After these experiences, and in [...]

The Chickpea Sisters are independent!

The Chickpea Sisters are independent!   The Chickpea Sisters have built a name for themselves as a catering organisation with a difference. They have become well known for producing delicious food from around the world, and we have lost [...]

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