Syrians refugees settling into Ashford
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Ashford art project helps Syrian refugees settle in

Ashford in Kent was one of the first towns in the UK to respond to the government's call to take in refugees from the war in Syria.

More than 100 now live there, with that number expected to rise to 250 by next year.

An art project helped many refugees settle into their new homes, with firm friendships being forged as a result.

You can see more on this story on Inside Out South East on BBC1 at 19:30 GMT tonight.

  • 21 Jan 2019
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