Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Help change lives with North Lincs Council’s adoption information evenings

Not all superheroes wear capes. Could you be the parents our little superheroes are looking for?

Adopting won’t change the world, but it will change the world for the child you adopt.

North Lincolnshire Council want to hear from people who can provide a loving home for children of all ages from a range of backgrounds.

Single? Don’t own your own home? In a same sex relationship? You can adopt. There is no upper age limit, you just need to be over 21 to adopt. You don’t even need live in North Lincolnshire to adopt with the council.

Find out more at one of the council’s upcoming information evenings taking place over the next few months at Brumby Centre, Grange Lane North, Scunthorpe, DN16 1BN.

The evenings take place between 6pm to 8pm on:

  • Wednesday 13 November
  • Wednesday 11 December
  • Wednesday 8 January
  • Wednesday 12 February
  • Wednesday 11 March

You can also visit the website or call 01724 297024 for more information.

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