Homes for Ukraine scheme
The UK is one of the most generous nations in the world and the British public are being asked to open their homes to those fleeing the war in Ukraine.
The Homes for Ukraine Scheme, has been set up by government so that members of the public can offer rooms in their houses to refugees fleeing the fighting in their country.
The scheme has seen phenomenal public interest and hundreds of Lancashire residents have already been matched with refugees, with more expected.
The scheme in Lancashire will continue to operate for new guests until otherwise specified by the UK government. There is currently no intention for the temporary or permanent halt of the scheme.
You can find useful information on the government website on the Homes for Ukraine scheme Frequently Asked Questions section.
If you have registered for the scheme and have been allocated an individual or family to host, see our Support for Sponsors information to find out about the council resources that you and your guests can access.