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Article date - 09 March 2017
Warrington, Wigan and St Helens Councils’ adoption service (WWiSH) will be holding an information evening event at St Helens Town Hall later this month for people who have room in their home and heart to adopt a child.
There are many children in desperate need of a loving family across the three WWiSH authorities, but in the last year 50 children in St Helens found forever families.
Councillor Andy Bowden, St Helens Council’s Cabinet for Children, Families, Young People and Education said: “Most people who are interested in adoption recognise that children need a loving a secure home as quickly as possible.
“If you think you could provide a loving home for someone, then I would urge you to get in touch with the WWiSH team. The benefits are simply invaluable.”
Members of the adoption service will be present in the town hall assembly room from 5:30pm to 7:30pm on Wednesday 22nd March, with a presentation starting at 5.45pm.
For more information, please visit http://www.wwish.org.uk/about-adoption/