nrf-logoSupporting Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Nottingham to gain fair and just outcomes, re-build their lives and integrate into society

A bit more: established in 2000, the NNRF is an independent voluntary organisation which offers practical advice, information, support and friendship to asylum seekers and refugees who have arrived in the city. The Sycamore community centre, located just north of the city between St Anns and Mapperly, is the base for all of the NNRF’s work and aims to provide a welcoming environment for individuals to gather. A wide range of services are run out of the centre, from specialised advice and support services, to programmes for developing skills, knowledge and confidence, through to advocating in cases of injustice and hardship. With the ever-shifting political landscape, the demands on the NNRF are high and the services provided are in a constant state of change.

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Volunter roles: General advisers, Administration, One Stop Shop and Housing Support, Reception, Interpreting, Saturday Food Group, assisting at one-off fundraising events, to name a few.

To volunteer or find out more: Speak to Alex Rainbow or Pete Rogers. Alternatively, send your name, contact details and mention Refugee Forum, to