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Continuing with our busy summer events diary, we will be at the Royal Welsh Agriculture show in Builth Wells for the very first time this year. If you’re going and you fancy learning a bit more about fostering, then why not pop over to our Elevan? We always have a warm tea or coffee ready for anyone who wants a chat and we might even have some bacon butties!
The Royal Welsh will also be only our second outing with the newly designed Elevan which will include our mascots Buttons and Blue as well as plenty of Buttons’ spots! We will hopefully have a blog update on our new designs over the next week, so stay tuned for further exciting updates!
If you’ve never been to the Royal Welsh before then why not make the journey this year, it’s one of the largest agriculture shows in Europe and has a history spanning back to 1904. Every year around 200,000 people visit Builth Wells to enjoy the competitions, exhibits and stalls available, there is something for the whole family from an enormous food hall full of local produce to sheep shearing competitions and wide variety of entertainment on different exhibitor stands.
There are several ways of travelling to the show with buses and trains available for those wishing to use public transport. More information on traveling can be found on the show’s official website here.
As always, if you can’t wait until the 23rd of July to learn more about how to become a foster carer then you can contact us by using the live chat box on our website, by filling in the form below, by giving us a ring on 01267 232228 or by emailing email@example.com. Our team are always at hand to help answer any questions that you may have, we have decades of experience in foster care and we’re here to help and assist you to decide whether fostering is right for you and your family.
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