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It’s a sad fact that there are many Anglesey children who, through no fault of their own, cannot live with their families, either in the short term or permanently. We need people with the right skills and qualities to be able to give vulnerable children the best possible care.

Why we need you

Fostering - anglesey children need you

What they need is somewhere safe to stay with people who will make sure they’re happy, healthy and well cared for. What they need are foster carers prepared to give them time, support and stability. What they need are Anglesey foster carers who will enable them to stay here, maintain relationships with their family, progress at school and feel part of the community.

Foster carers perform an incredibly important, challenging but also immensely rewarding role. They provide support to children of all ages, from babies to teenagers. They might help brothers and sisters to stay together, children with disabilities to get the support they need or troubled children to deal with their past. By giving children the positive experiences they might have missed out on, foster carers also help them to grow in confidence and develop the skills that will benefit them in the future.

It’s incredibly rewarding to see a child flourish as a result of your care.

Contact Children's Services

Isle of Anglesey County Council
Council Building
LL77 7TW
Tel: 01248 725888
Croesawir galwadau yn y Gymraeg
Police - where there is an immediate danger to a child, 0845 607 1002 (English line), 0845 607 1001 (Welsh line) or 999

Useful information

Mae'r dudalen yma a'r dogfennau cysylltiedig ar gael yn y Gymraeg. Defnyddiwch y ddolen "Cymraeg" ar ochr dde'r bar uchaf.

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