Conflict has forced the migration of thousands from the Middle East and Africa, many now residing in the UK.
Several generations have now passed since Somali, Sudanese and other nationalities arrived and have gone on to make a life for themselves in the UK. The South West city of Bristol has become home to a large number of these communities with the influence from a variety of cultures particularly visible in the east of the city.
As these communities raise families of their own in an adopted nation, where does the identity of their ancestry sit with the 2nd and 3rd generation children born to a different land? What happens to the identity of the settler altered by so many years away?