Merton Council is hosting a series of roadshow events around the borough during Foster Care Fortnight for people to find out more about becoming a foster carer.
It is with great sadness that we report the death of the Reverend Doctor Andrew Wakefield, who dedicated his life to the Merton community.
Are you interested in adopting a child but need more information? Are you unsure where to start, or just want to find out more?
Mayor of Merton, Councillor Brenda Fraser, along with Merton Council’s chief executive, Ged Curran and director of children, schools and families, Yvette Stanley, joined together to say thank you to […]
Merton Council will be out and about this Foster Care Fortnight (16-27 May), visiting the borough’s town centres to talk to people about fostering children and young people in Merton, […]
Merton’s fostering team presented the birth children of foster carers thank you cards and gift vouchers to recognise the important role they play in families across the borough.
Merton Council is holding a series of information events to mark this year’s National Adoption Week which is from the 19-25 October.
Merton Council is calling on parents of children who have left home for university or moved into their own home, to consider fostering a child.
Merton’s fostering team will be hitting the roads in the Jeremiah Project’s Hope Bus this Foster Care Fortnight, stopping at town centres across the borough to talk to shoppers and […]
Merton’s adoption team will be on hand to offer advice and support at a free LGBT (Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender) adoption and fostering event in central London on 6 […]