Earlier this summer “Eye on Wales” followed a group from the Pembrokeshire town of Narberth as they prepared to welcome a family of Syrian refugees to west Wales.
Croeso Arberth was one of the first in the country to help a Syrian family escape life in a refugee camp in the Middle East under the Home Office’s Community Sponsorship Scheme.
Five months on, Sarah Moore revisits Narberth to catch up with Croeso Arberth and meet the family to find out how they are settling in to their new home.
Click here for the programme this evening at 18.30 on BBC Radio Wales and Wales Online
Pembrokshire in South-west Wales is the latest county in the Menevia diocese to welcome the Lampedusa Cross.
The parish church of Saint David and St Patrick in the county town of Haverfordwest hosted the Cross on Thursday 22 September to begin a Week of Prayer for the Year of Mercy.
Fr Liam Bradley become parish priest here at the beginning of August, having previously been curate to Fr Owen McGreal, who recently retired.
The parish also serves the church of the Immaculate Conception in Narberth.