Charities in Norwich are raising money to give bikes to asylum seekers and refugees. They say it’ll give them the independence to get around the city. Refugees live on thirty-seven pounds a week making it difficult to pay for public transport. But riding a bike could make a big difference to their everyday lives.
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Ciara Cohen-Ennis is a journalist at ITV Wales with an interest in social affairs. She produces news bulletins, reports and self-shoots. Ciara has also done an attachment with the current affairs programme ITV Wales This Week as a producer, director and camera operator. She is currently working as an assistant producer on ITV's network programmes and a producer for the series 'Face To Face'. She is the co-founder and producer of 'The New Normal with Adrian Masters' podcast. View all posts by ciarace