Welcome Event at Hinkley Point C

On Tuesday 19th March Diversity Voice along with representatives from The Community Council for Somerset and Citizen Advice, Sedgemoor and Hinkley Point Neighbourhood Policing Team, went to the Hinkley Point C site to hold a Welcome event.

We set up an information table in the East and West canteens with detailed information on how to access the support available.During the day we spoke to many migrant workers to inform them about the free of charge services Diversity Voice can offer to help them settle into their new location. This includes Free English Lessons, Translating and Interpreting service, support with Permanent Residency, settled status, Right to Reside Test, Habitual Residency Test, how to access Benefits, school and GP registration and much more.We shared a taste of Polish biscuits with everyone and we were made very welcome by all.If you are connected with Hinkley Point C and you or your family members would like some support or advice please email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will be more than happy to support you and your family with all our services free of charge.

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