The most famous of these tales is the story of Dracula, written by Bram Stoker, and published in 1897.
This Gothic horror novel tells of Count Dracula’s attempt to move from Transylvania to England in order to seek new blood and spread the undead curse.
Also, doors are widely opened for refugees from different countries to come and live in peace, even to work here.
Egyptian young people immigrate to Europe and other developed countries looking for a good living atmosphere or more advanced educational opportunities.
Many British people’s families originally come from overseas.
Over the centuries, people from around the world have come to live here.
The school was involved with a project called 'Open Cities'.
It helps migrants, people from other countries, become part of the community.
Hoping to prevent the Count from succeeding in his quest is a small group of men and women led by Dracula’s archenemy, Professor Abraham van Helsing.
It has been popularly speculated that the character of Dracula is based on Vlad the Impaler, the 15 , a satirical account of the bureaucratic lifestyle he longed to escape from.
Sunny: The food, the different cultures that come in and bring their spices, their experiences and even their rituals, so you get a taste of the world within this small community. In the past, differences between communities have led to violence.
But new community-based projects have brought different generations and cultures together.
Projects like ‘Open Cities’ can bring people in the community together and give young people hope for the future.