Hundreds Of People Respond To Appeal To Find A Home For Brothers & Sister Harry, Arlo, Flynn and Lily
A particular request was not too long ago made to discover a Lancashire-based foster household the place the kids may very well be collectively. The youngsters are presently residing with two completely different foster households.
The brothers and sister, Harry aged 15, Arlo aged 12, Flynn aged eight and Lilly aged six, (not their actual names) have an in depth bond and it isn’t of their finest pursuits to be separated.
Being capable of maintain their ties with one another will assist them to have the ability to thrive sooner or later.
So far, greater than 500 enquiries have been made to the attraction, with over 1,000,000 folks studying concerning the youngsters on-line.
County Councillor Phillippa Williamson, cupboard member for kids, younger folks and faculties, is urging anybody who’s contemplating fostering to consider whether or not they may help the household or different youngsters in want of a loving foster house.
Councillor Williamson stated: “The response has been wonderful to date to our attraction to discover a everlasting, long-term fostering household the place Harry, Arlo, Flynn and Lilly can develop up collectively.
“They have been via lots of their younger lives, and are all very shut and supportive of one another.
“We are doing all we will to maintain these youngsters collectively. In circumstances like this, the household relationships tackle additional significance. Being capable of stay collectively will probably be an essential supply of consolation, energy and help.
“It is obvious that their story has touched so many hearts and we are following up all the enquiries we have received so far. Every single enquiry is important to us, and if you’ve made an enquiry please bear with us and we will be in contact with you as soon as we can. We work tirelessly to make sure that we find the right foster carer or family to suit the needs of each child.”
“The sad reality is that we need to find foster homes for about 20 new children each week. We often have to find fostering families for brother and sister groups, but this is a big number to try to accommodate – hence the appeal to the public. I’m hoping that we can encourage people to at least think this over as we also still urgently need foster carers for other children who need homes where they can stay together.”
A case story giving extra element concerning the brothers and their sister is accessible at www.lancashire.gov.uk/fostering/fostering-stories/hear-from-our-children-and-young-people/harry-arlo-flynn-and-lilly
Anyone excited by discovering out extra about Harry, Arlo, Flynn and Lilly ought to contact the fostering workforce on 0300 123 6723.
To discover out extra about turning into a foster carer go to www.lancashire.gov.uk/fostering or name our workforce on 0300 123 6723.