Fostering in Shropshire

Are you interested in foster care & live in the Shropshire area?

‘Welcome to the Family’ and here at Fostering UK we really do consider all our foster carers and children part of our fostering family. Have you ever considered becoming a foster carer in Milton Keynes?

Foster carer agency change

Working with us might be be just what you need

th so many fostered children in the care system looking for a safe, caring and loving environment, Fostering is the perfect way to ensure that those  foster children have access to a home where they know they will be cared for and feel safe. We provide on-going support and therapeutic training for all our Foster Carers and we work hard to ensure our matching process is well considered to safeguard the happiness of the carers and the children.

The county of Shropshire is known to be a historical county located within the west midlands region of England, which borders Wales. The county is known as a ceremonial county that was established during the 5th Century with a very high population of around 323,136 people. The county of Shropshire has a motto that is ‘Floreat Salopia’ that translates too ‘May Shropshire Flourish’. The population of Shropshire and the economy is centred around and on five towns which were the towns of Shrewsbury, Telford, Wellington, Dawley and Madeley.

Historically, after the conquest of the Normans back in 1066, some of the estates of Shropshire were given and granted to the Normans. Furthermore in the year of 1896, the county of Shropshire was given the coat of arms, which later continued to the new authority in the year 2009. It is said that the county flower is a round leaved sundew.

Geographically, Shropshire has no cities, but it is known to be home to over twenty-two different towns, which two of them are to be considered as major. Within the county of Shropshire, there is many exciting venues that the communities within our society visit each year, from the Shrewsbury Castle to Haughmond Hill and Haughmond Abbey. However, the county of Shropshire is home to high football and professional clubs such as the Shrewsbury Town, the new saints and A.F.C Telford United. However, football is not the only sport that takes place here, there is also the historic Wenlock Olympian Society Annual Games.

Educationally, the county of Shropshire is an area that is completely part of a comprehensive educational system. The County has many different kinds of independent schools such as one that was founded back in 1884 called Ellesmere College and the oldest established back in 1407 called Oswestry School.  However, in form of colleges, Shropshire is home to three different sixth forms known as the new college, Ludlow, and Shrewsbury sixth form college. But it is also home to the university of Wolverhampton’s Telford Campus.

 Furthermore, the county of Shropshire has been home to some historic people from Abraham Darby being an early industrialist to Alison Williamson who is an Olympic bronze medallist for archery.

“My partner and I have been foster carers in Northampton for two years but became disillusioned with the previous agency. Fostering UK made the change extremely easy.”

Phil from Northampton

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