Newark and Sherwood residents offered to take in more refugees from Ukraine than any area of Nottinghamshire
According to statistics, Newark and Sherwood is home to more refugees from Ukraine than any district of borough in Nottinghamshire.
Data to April 19 shows residents of Newark and Sherwood housed 85 refugees from the war.
Government visa schemes allow people to take refugees into their own homes. The schemes are still operating, meaning many more people will have been housed since April 19.
Of the rest of the county, 71 were housed in Rushcliffe, 63 in Bassetlaw, 54 in Gedling, 33 in Broxtowe, 26 in Mansfield, and 24 in Ashfield.
Nottingham itself housed 96.
96 people were accommodated in South Kesteven and 60 in North Kesteven.
Lincoln housed 46 people.
The highest number of people given a home away from the bloodshed in a single area nationally was the Buckinghamshire unitary authority patch with 507.
Newark MP Robert Jenrick and family welcomed a mother and her two children to his Southwell constituency home.