Author Archives: Caroline Cook

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Could you be a Foster Carer for an asylum-seeking child?

We urgently need people who can offer a safe home to unaccompanied asylum-seeking children arriving from the Middle East, Africa and Eastern Europe. Somerset County Council has accepted more than 17 unaccompanied children already and more are expected. Most of the children arriving in Somerset are aged 15 or older, travelling from countries including Afghanistan, […]

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A Service Fit For The Future

Learning Disability services ‘will improve’ and ‘will modernise’ making it fit for the future when it transfers to a new Social Enterprise, Full Council heard today. A number of LD staff, service users and their families gathered at Full Council earlier today to hear Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care, Cllr William Wallace, confirm that […]

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Yeovil Town FC lends their support to Fostering in Somerset

Yeovil Town Football club and Fostering in Somerset joined forces on Saturday 11th February, for an afternoon of family fun and awareness-raising. Sparky the cuddly fostering dragon and The Glovers’ mascot Jolly Green Giant had a warm up with youth players, greeted enthusiastic young fans in the crowd and gave the Glovers a big welcome […]

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Business boost for Wells as Enterprise Centre is given the green light

New jobs could be on their way to Wells, as plans for an exciting new enterprise hub are given the go ahead. Planning permission for the Wells Technology Enterprise Centre (WTEC), a new 550 fifty square metre, purpose-built business space has been approved by Mendip District Council. The new Enterprise Centre, located on Cathedral Park, […]