Cornwall news Plea for more Cornwall residents to take in Ukrainian refugees UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - As the war in Ukraine continues, more refugees are arriving in need of accommodation

Cornwall news Plea for more Cornwall residents to take in Ukrainian refugees UK news

PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - As the war in Ukraine continues, more refugees are arriving in need of accommodation

Cornwall news Plea for more Cornwall residents to take in Ukrainian refugees UK news
03 August 2022 - 20:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Cornwall residents are being urged to consider offering space in their homes to Ukrainian refugees, as demand remains high due to more people arriving in the UK and some sponsors being unable to house guests beyond the initial six months they signed up for. Those who have offered their homes as emergency accommodation through the government's Homes for Ukraine Scheme are being supported and advised by Cornwall Council. The council said it was working with the government and other agencies to match families to sponsors after carrying out safeguarding and suitability checks, but that some prospective sponsors had proved to be unsuitable. In July, it was reported that more than 1,000 families from Ukraine were now living in the county as residents were praised for their generosity. But while the war is not making headlines in the UK as much as it once did, people still need support as they navigate a conflict which remains very much live. READ MORE:Only Orthodox church in Cornwall and its 83-year-old priest offer help to those fleeing Ukraine war Councillor Barbara Ellenbroek, Cornwall's Cabinet Member for Children and Families, said: "We want to thank everyone who has supported the Homes for Ukraine scheme so far for their continued help and generosity.

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. If you or anyone you know think you could provide this accommodation we would love to hear from you." Register your interest in the Homes for Ukraine Scheme here. Any questions for the council should be emailed to homesforukraine@cornwall.gov.uk. READ NEXT: Ukrainian Cross in Cornwall gets Grade two listing after Second World War refugees' gratitude Over 1,000 families from Ukraine are now living in Cornwall Moment firefighters on emergency call kill lights and slow down for horse Bungalow to be turned into 'overbearing' six-bedroom house despite objections Wild campers stay illegally at Loe Bar beach and leave excrement and remains of fire behind

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