Who We Are الذين هم لانكستر وموركامب مدينة ملاذ
Lancaster and Morecambe City of Sanctuary is a collection of volunteer members with the following shared aims:
- Helping to make it practically possible for Lancaster and Morecambe to accommodate refugees and asylum seekers by providing the relevant support such as housing, health, befriending and english lessons.
- Acting as a welcome and support network to those refugees who come to Lancaster and Morecambe.
- Running education activities that educate and inform people about refugees and promote community cohesion.
- Campaigning to ensure Lancaster and Morecambe does its fair share in providing sanctuary to people fleeing war and persecution.
What We Do كيف يمكننا مساعدتك
Please see below for the different projects and activities we provide. If you would like to know more or volunteer with us, please email us at email@example.com.
انظر أدناه لمختلف المشاريع والأنشطة التي نقدمها. إذا كنت ترغب في معرفة المزيد أو تطوع معنا، يرجى مراسلتنا على firstname.lastname@example.org
English Conversation Cafe المحادثة باللغة الإنجليزية كافيه
Trained English Language Teachers provide free English classes over tea and coffee for refugees and asylum seekers who would like to improve their written and spoken English. Classes are every Monday between 10.30am and 12pm atLancaster Quakers Meeting House, starting from 4th January 2016.
English Language Support Sessions اللغة دعم الدورات
Further English Language support is available on Fridays between 2pm and 3pm at the Gregson Centre on Moor Lane, Lancaster.
Lancaster Churches Together and Dallas Road Mosque, Masjid Noor, have given their full support to making our district a City of Sanctuary and welcome all new arrivals in to our city to attend worship with them.
Football كرة القدم
If refugees or asylum seekers would like to play football, there are organized matches every Sunday evening against St. Thomas’s Church. Football kits can be provided. Please email Sam Armstrong if you would like to get involved, on Samemail@example.com.
ورحب كل الناس للعب كرة القدم يوم الاحد.
Internet Cafe and Drop-In مقهى انترنت وتسرب في
Marsh Community Centre provides a general advice drop in and use of computers on Wednesday morning from 9am till 11am. They provide advice and support around housing, education, health, employment and asylum issues.
Women and pre-school children النساء والأطفال ما قبل المدرسة
East Meets West run drop in sessions for refugee women and pre-school children on Mondays starting from 25th January 2016 between 1 and 3 pm at the Priory refectory. East Meets West have years of experience of crossing cultural and linguistic barriers and forming friendships.
Please contact co-chairs of East Meets West, Hilary Hopwood and Banu Patel, on firstname.lastname@example.org, if you would like more information.
Joined Up Working العمل سويا
Lancaster and Morecambe City of Sanctuary is also part of the #RefugeesWelcome Board. To find out more, please click here.
We are made up of a number of individual volunteers as well as various organizations who support and facilitate our work, such as:
- Citizen’s UK
- East Meets West
- Global Link
- Lancaster Churches Together
- Lancaster Quakers
- Lancaster Supports Calais Refugees
- Marsh Community Centre
- 38 Degrees Lancaster
Lancaster and Morecambe City of Sanctuary, established September 2015.