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Safeguarding our rural communities is the theme of a wide-ranging programme taking place across Mid and West Wales for National Safeguarding Week, from Monday, 13 November.
A teenager from Pembrokeshire with ambitions of becoming a police officer has won a Fostering Excellence Award, the UK’s most prestigious fostering accolade, recognising her exceptional achievements.
This National Adoption Week (16-22 October), the National Adoption Service for Wales (NAS) is continuing its mission to get more people to consider adoption, as sibling groups, children with additional needs, and older children across Wales still wait to find their ‘forever home’.
An Ysgol Caer Elen pupil and her family highlighted the experience of young carers on national television this month.
Tenants of the Bridge Innovation Centre (BIC), Pembroke Dock hosted a Summer Party for their friends and families and extended an invitation to those involved with foster care.
“Our experience has been really positive. The support we’ve received from Foster Wales Pembrokeshire far outweighs that provided by the agency.”
Organisations across Pembrokeshire will be celebrating Carers Week between 5th and 11th June
Family life is full of rewards but can also be a real balancing act.
The incredible contribution one family has made to foster caring in Pembrokeshire over more than three decades was celebrated at County Hall recently.