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So far in our blog posts we have announced that we will be attending events that we’ve never been to before such as the Royal Welsh and the National Eisteddfod in Cardiff, however today we’re pleased to announce that we will once again be returning to the Pembrokeshire Agricultural show.
This will be the 3rd time that we attend this magnificent show and we really hope that the weather will be slightly better than last year where we had quite significant gales! Whatever the weather the organisers of the event have been busy working to make the show even better than before, this year there will be a revised showground layout that allows even more exhibitors to attend.
The main purpose of the Pembrokeshire show is to highlight the importance of farming and agriculture whilst also showcasing some of the amazing local food products available however there are plenty of other things to do and see. There will be classic car displays a skateboarding arena and even indoor go karting, all in all it is a great day out for everyone.
If you’re thinking of attending, then information on transportation and where to park can be found here on the official website of the Pembrokeshire agricultural society. We will hopefully be posting information about the location of our Elevan on our social media pages therefore make sure that you like and follow our accounts to keep up to date on where you can find us.
Last year was our first outing with the Elevan and we thoroughly enjoyed entertaining and talking to people from across Wales about foster care and how you can become a foster carer. Therefore, if you already know that you will be attending and if you have been considering fostering or if you would just like to ask our highly experienced team a few questions about fostering then why not pop over and have a nice cuppa and a chat.
The Pembrokeshire show is just 50 days away however if you can’t wait that long to learn more about fostering in Wales and the process of becoming a foster carer then you can always get in contact with us through our website and through social media. If you would like to chat with someone you can use our live chat dialogue box which can be found on the lower right-hand side of your screen. Alternatively, you can fill in the form below or email email@example.com and one of our team members will be in touch as soon as possible. If you would rather talk to someone over the phone, then you can ring our main office number which is 01267 232228.
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