Fostering in Warwickshire
Are you interested in foster care & live in the Warwickshire 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 Warwickshire?
Working with us might be be just what you need
WIth 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 City of Wolverhampton is known as being part of a borough within the West Midlands. Throughout the last few years, that population has increased by 5.7% from around a population of 249,500 people in 2011 to 263,700 people in 2021. Since the time of the 18th century, it was known that Wolverhampton used to produce steel Jewellery. However, the school was not opened until the late 1850’s.
Furthermore, within education in Wolverhampton, the city is home to the university of Wolverhampton, which is the only main centre of higher education within the city and has a student population of over 23,000.
However, the oldest Institute in Wolverhampton is the Wolverhampton grammar school open and founded in 1512 making this the oldest active school in the UK (United Kingdom).
Within the football premier league, the city of Wolverhampton was represented with the highest tier within English football by the football club known as the Wolverhampton Wanderers, which by many are also known as the Wolves. They are one of the oldest clubs around along with their most successful period playing during the 1950’s. However, football isn’t the only sport that Wolverhampton is famous for….
The Culture of Wolverhampton is amazing as the city is famous for the artists and rock groups, known as Slade, Cornershop, and Babylon Zoo all came from here, but also most recently one direction singer Liam Payne came from Wolverhampton as well and has gone on to make millions of records. Within the Culture of Art and Museums,
Wolverhampton is home to the Grand Theatre which is the largest theatre in Wolverhampton and was opened on 10 December 1894 with a quick turnaround of around 6 months. However, Wolverhampton is also home to the Arena Theatre which is within the University of Wolverhampton seating 150 and is host to both Professional and Amateur Performances.
The city of Wolverhampton is also home to the Wolverhampton and Bilston Athletics Club which was founded back in 1967. Since being founded, the athletics club have won the national league division for men from the years of 1975 to 1982. However more famously Olympic Medallists in Athletics winners lived within the city.
Furthermore, the city of Wolverhampton, is home to the Wolverhampton City Marathon, which is part of an annual event that raises money for charity.
“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