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 an assistant producer, researcher and camera operator. She has worked on programmes including Beyond The Factory Gates, Hooked On Pills, Battle To Survive and My Silent World. View all posts by ciarace