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  • 3 September 2015 | CFC News

    Bingo! Our young people score a full house

    Five of Community Foster Care’s young people did a brilliant job on a Life Skills course organised by Placement Support Worker Gavin Worrall.   It covered lots of different life skills over five days, including money management, home safety, cooking, shopping, health and wellbeing, team building and employability skills...

  • 3 September 2015 | CFC News

    We all had a blast at Drayton Manor

    The annual trip to Drayton Manor was packed with fun and laughter, despite the rain showers.   The coach set off from Gloucester with 44 foster carers and young people on board. It was a normal Community Foster Care coach journey - all the young people in full voice and the rebellious Salters sitting across the back seats!   Eight Swindon foster carers and children met us at Drayton Manor taking our total numbers to an impressive 52...

  • 1 September 2015 | CFC News

    Brecon trip was a mad weekend – and we loved it!

    Community Foster Care’s residential trip to the Brecon Beacons was a fantastic success, writes Gavin Worrall.   Among the rowdy 38 who came along were CFC young people, Redwell Centre young people, placement support workers, social workers, police officers, youth workers and carers – all the right ingredients for a mad weekend!!   The trip was organised and led by Community Foster Care, in partnership with the Redwell Centre (a Gloucester youth club) and Gloucestershire Police...

  • 31 August 2015 | Press Coverage

    Appeal for more foster parents, Gloucester Echo & Citizen - 31 August 2015

    Anyone interested in fostering might want to add it to their shopping list if they’re popping into Asda in Bruton Way, Gloucester on September 8. Experts from the charity Community Foster Care will be on hand to talk to shoppers from 10am until 4pm...

  • 28 August 2015 | CFC News

    Roll up for Sheila’s murder mystery night for foster care on October 9

    They’ll be racking their brains to find out whodunnit when Community Foster Care stages its first murder mystery night.   The fundraising event at New Longton Village Hall, Boundary Close, Preston on October 9 has been organised by CFC’s Office Manager Sheila Henshaw with her friend Margaret Kearns to support the charity based in Quarry Road, Lancaster...

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