Why not have a browse through the latest news from our FFC offices around the country and find out what has been going on at FFC in your area.
Our foster carers and children from the Cumbria office had a fab afternoon ten-pin bowling at AMF Bowling in Carlisle during half term - nobody had a turkey but everyone had lots of fun!
Foster families and staff from our West Midlands offices conquered the Malvern Hills together on an massive 9 mile trek in the beautiful Autumn fresh air on Tuesday 24th October.
It was a resounding thumbs up once again from children and foster carers from the West Midlands region after an exhilarating afternoon behind the wheel at another of our Young Driver activity afternoons.
Foster families from our Cumbria office entered the Star Wars themed maize maze at Lakeland Maze Farm Park on 15th August this summer… And eventually everyone made it out again too (phew!)
Children from our Dudley office were lucky enough to receive a face painting masterclass with our absolute favourite (and now practically resident!) artist, Sally from Cheltenham Face Paints.
There was a fantastic turn out for our Summer BBQ at Beech Bank again this year, and even the sun made a welcome appearance just in time to ensure the children could really make the most of all the fun outdoor activities lined up for them.
For our latest summer adventure, foster families from FFC Dudley and Worcester tried their hands - well, their feet actually - at a spot of Footgolf. (Yes, it is actually a thing!)
In the first event of an action packed summer activity line-up, children from our Worcester and Dudley offices visited Blackwell Adventure Centre for some good old-fashioned outdoor fun.
It’s not the first time the SnapChat instant messaging app has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons, but its latest feature upgrade Snap Maps is giving foster carers and anyone involved in safeguarding vulnerable children extreme cause for concern.
Staff in our Cumbria office in Carlisle were celebrating recently after the latest Ofsted inspection judged the service to be 'Good' overall, and highlighted many areas of first class practice especially in terms of children's wellbeing and support for foster carers and families.
The West Midlands region’s 3rd Children’s Council took place on Thursday 1st June with 6 children aged between 12 – 15 in attendance. As a reward for their hard work and feedback the group moved on to let off a bit of steam at Ice Quest laser quest centre!