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These events are totally informal and are designed to help people discover what being a foster family entails. There is no pressure or any obligation so please come along; we would love to meet you.
28th Oct at Quay West Caravan Park, Newquay.
We will be at the beautiful Quay West Caravan Park, Newquay overlooking Cardigan Bay between 10.30 am and 2.30 pm. Pop in anytime between those hours to say hello and find out more about fostering and becoming a foster parent.
29th Oct at The Guildhall, Cardigan
Come along between 11 am – 2 pm for our Information session where you can learn more about fostering over a cup of tea and a biscuit. This will be a return visit to Cardigan and this easy to find venue.
Advanced Notice of more foster care information sessions.
20th Nov at Haverfordwest Christmas Market
We will also be at Haverfordwest Christmas Market (time and venue to be confirmed) so try and fit in a visit in between the Christmas shopping. Christmas is a very special time of year, especially for children but sadly not for all children and young people! Think about the gift of caring and whether this is something you can give by becoming a foster carer.
10th Dec at Cardigan Christmas Market
Originally scheduled for the 10th November, this event will now take place on the 10th December at the Christmas Market held in the Indoor Market in Cardigan. We will be there from 10.30am until 4.00pm, so come and warm up over a cup of mulled fruit punch and find out more about how you can transform the life of a local vulnerable child. Care at Christmas and care for the future.
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