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    UK Irish organisations gear up to help new arrivals

    By Noreen Bowden | August 20, 2009

    The Irish Post is reporting that UK-based Irish organisations are stepping up their efforts to assist new arrivals in the face of increasing demands for their services.

    The paper reports that a number of community centres, county organisations, and GAA clubs are willing to assist newcomers to Britain.  For example, John Shea from London’s Kerry Association told the paper:

    “We are telling people to contact us before you come. Let us know what type of work you are looking for and what you plan to do and we can make calls on your behalf.

    “It’s a frightening experience to be in London with little or no support and we’re here to help.?

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