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City of Sanctuary has set off on a new path in its development following the appointment of a separate committee to take forward the national movement. This means Sheffield staff will be managed and operate independently though still connected with the rapidly growing network.

The City of Sanctuary movement which now has working groups in more than 26 towns and cities will retain its historic links with Sheffield, mainly in the figure of its new President and founder Inderjit Bhogal.

The new committee (pictured) consists of 13 members nominated by Cities of Sanctuary from Glasgow to Swansea, whose representative Alan Williams is the new Chair.