FOSTER Wales Denbighshire is opening the doors to those who want to know more about fostering children in the county.

An information sharing and welcome event will be held at Rhyl Pavilion on May 26 from 6.30pm until 8pm.

The Foster Wales Denbighshire team will be on hand to chat to those interested in becoming foster carers.

Also at the event will be foster carers from the area who are ready to share their experiences about how it feels to offer a warm, nurturing environment to children from the county who need support.


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Rhiain Morrlle, head of children services, said: “The team is dedicated to working with foster families to make a big difference to the lives of children in Denbighshire.

“Fostering can mean something different to each child we care for, there are different types of fostering and different roles our carers can play and you can find out more at this event.

“Importantly, each one can make a huge, life-long positive impact.

“In Denbighshire we celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of all our foster families.

“That’s why, if you decide to become a foster carer your own circumstances can't be compared to anyone else's.

“Your story is what matters most alongside the support and home you can give a child in Denbighshire.”

If you are unable to make the event at Rhyl Pavilion, you can also contact the team via its website at: