Four months after arriving in the UK under a community sponsorship scheme, one family is settling in and going native

Nestling in the green hills of Pembrokeshire, the small market town of Narberth feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of Damascus where the Batak family used to live.

But thanks to the kindness of a determined band of townsfolk, a seven-strong family of Syrian refugees who fled their homeland with nothing but the clothes they were wearing, have found respite in the depths of rural south-west Wales.

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