Helping refugees and asylum seekers to feel at home in Norwich. The story of Rosie Sexton.

‘English+ has changed my life by reducing communication barriers and cultural gaps.’  Introduction Norwich has a long and proud history of supporting refugees and asylum seekers. You only have to look around the city to note ‘Strangers’ Museum, ‘Strangers Hall’ and my personal favourite ‘Strangers Coffee…’. ‘Strangers’ was the name given to the Dutch andContinue reading “Helping refugees and asylum seekers to feel at home in Norwich. The story of Rosie Sexton.”

Looking after the late night party people. The story of Penny Jones and the street volunteers.

Men are just as vulnerable as women on the night-time scene in the city. Introduction If you’ve been out in Norwich city centre on a Saturday night, you may well have encountered the City Pastors. This group of (mostly) retired people wearing high-vis jackets hand out flip flops, chocolate and provide a listening ear forContinue reading “Looking after the late night party people. The story of Penny Jones and the street volunteers.”