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Can you provide a safe, stable home for a young person?

  • You must have a spare bedroom

  • You can be single, married or in a long-term relationship

  • You need to be 21 years of age or older

  • You can be either employed, self employed, unemployed or on benefits

  • It doesn't matter if you currently have your own children or not

  • You need to have lived in England for at least one year

So, could you foster?

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    6 December 2023

    Devon’s Mockingbird pilot celebrates first birthday

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    Visit us at John Lewis Exeter this December

    The Fostering Devon team are excited to be returning to John Lewis this December to promote fostering to Devon’s residents. Many of you will remember the now infamous John Lewis ad from last Christmas, which followed a couple eagerly awaiting the arrival of a care experienced child to their family. Knowing that the young person […]


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