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Frank’s Bar were among the first places to join the City of Sanctuary movement in Norwich. While they sadly closed in 2023, read more of their story of being a Cafe of Sanctuary below.

Bicycle Links on King’s Street run the Welcome Wheels project which over time has supplied hundreds of second-hand bikes to the local refugee community. In 2022, Bicycle Links became a Business of Sanctuary, in recognition of the work they do support refugees in Norwich. To support the work they do, donate old, unwanted bikes to their shop on King Street or donate through this crowdfunder:

The Fountain Partnership, a digital marketing agency in the heart of Norwich have successfully applied to become a Workplace of Sanctuary. As part of their mission, they have offered free CV writing/ interview preparation sessions for refugees, which proved popular with Ukrainians. They are looking to provide work placements for refugees to help them with the first steps towards gaining employment and are actively encouraging more Norwich businesses to look at how they can be more welcoming towards people seeking sanctuary.