Local Area: Carmarthenshire
Room in your life for a child or a young person in Carmarthenshire?
Are you living in Carmarthenshire and looking to foster a child or young person, or interested in finding out what’s involved in becoming a foster carer?
If yes, please call us for a friendly no-obligation chat on 0800 0933 699. We hold a number of fostering events in Carmarthenshire where you can meet other foster parents and our fostering advisors, keep up to date with our latest news and events to find out more.
Fostering Recruitment Team
If you would like to find out more information about fostering children and young people in Carmarthenshire we’d really love to hear from you!
You can contact our Fostering Recruitment Team for an informal chat and to answer any questions on: 0800 0933 699 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ty Elwyn, Llanelli, Carmarthenshire, SA15 3AP
Latest News and Events in Carmarthenshire:
You’ve been staying home to stay safe over the last few weeks. People who can help to make a difference to your life want to listen to how you have felt about having to do this because of the Coronavirus and any effect it has had on you. This survey has been written by these […]
One of the National Fostering Framework’s (NFF) work-streams has been the development of the Learning and Development Framework for Foster Carers. The Fostering Network and AFA Cymru led on the development of a Learning and Development Framework. There was extensive consultation with foster carers and staff across Wales which made a significant contribution to the […]
Carmarthenshire Fostering Service are very proud to have presented our Local Authority Foster Carers, Vicky and Chris Jones and Deborah Jones with certificates for the completion of the Induction Framework. Despite being very busy with caring for their families and really embracing fostering for Carmarthenshire, Vicky, Chris and Deborah have embraced Learning and Development opportunities […]
Cal the Fostering Bear took on the challenge of running the annual mascot race at Parc y Scarlets, Llanelli, during halftime at the Scarlets v Ospreys match on Boxing Day. Cal ran the length of the rugby pitch, Cal didn’t win the race but he gave a brilliant performance in front of a large crowd […]
Jack* is a 12 year-old boy who is sociable and affectionate with a great sense of humour. Those who know Jack well describe him as loving, determined, kind, funny and energetic. He enjoys music (especially Elvis!), cartoons, swimming and he loves playing outdoors; and his favourite place to visit is Folly Farm. He loves sensory […]
The Sons and Daughters of foster carers group met after school on Friday 15th November for a cookery session in Y Sied, Nantgaredig. The children enjoyed making pizzas and cupcakes and spent time socialising with other children whose parents foster for the local authority. The sons and daughters group meet regularly throughout the year to […]
Carmarthenshire Fostering Recruitment Team were at the Steam Rally Event 2019 at Pembrey Country Park on Saturday September 28th and Sunday 29th September. Lots of you called at our stand to have an informal chat with our staff and to meet our mascot Cal the bear. We enjoyed seeing you there.
IMPROVING the future of children and young people in foster care is at the heart of a new regional partnership. Fostering services from the four local authorities of Carmarthenshire, Powys, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire have come together to form Foster Mid and West Wales. The aim is to work together with local children to create a […]
Carmarthenshire Fostering Service is recruiting foster carers for our children and we need the right kind of people who would embrace a child into their home. You would be surprised how many people feel that they haven’t got the skills necessary to become a foster carer, however if you have the right values and want […]
Carmarthenshire’s Fostering Service recognise that it’s not only the grown-ups in the family who foster. Children who foster are a huge part of making our placements such successes and their role cannot be underestimated. Quite often it’s the sons and daughters of our foster carers who make placements work and their ability to support their […]