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Join us at our Adoption Information Event on 19/6/24

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The Children who need adopting

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The children

who need adopting

We are currently looking for forever families for 57 amazing children, could you be the key to their happy and loved future?

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About children who need adopting

Superman was adopted. And like him, our children need loving and caring families to enable them to flourish.

In the past, adoption consisted almost exclusively of the placing of babies 'given up' by their birth mothers. This has now changed, as has the nature of adoption and children who are available for adoption today are more likely to have been removed from their birth families due to neglect or abuse.

With the your love and a range of post adoption training and services, we will ensure that you are well-equipped to meet any possible additional needs as they progress through their life.

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The children who need adopting in our area

Here's just a few of the children that need new families in our area. Each one is amazing in their own right and we hope by reading their profiles, you'll get an idea of how you could make such an incredible difference to their life.

Christopher (3) and Isaac (9 months)

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Jessica (18 months) and Dottie (6 months)

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Chloe (6) and Jacob (5)

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Amelia (9 months)

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Archie (1)

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Halley (2)

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Jack (3)

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Amara (1)

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Ellie (6) and Zack (5)

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Otilie and Ludo

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Having adopted two beautiful girls we were then contacted about adopting their baby sister. It was a massive decision to make our family bigger, but looking back it was the best thing ever as they have each other to share their past with and they have been kept together.